- Nov 1, 2006
Either that or 2x 200Ah batteries.I know this has been discussed to death, but please can someone confirm if my calculations are correct?
I don't know this stuff and trying to figure this out from reading the posts.
I am looking at this
Mecer Axpert Type 3000VA Pure Sine Inverter + 2x 100Ah Battery (8 HOUR BATTERY LIFE) KIT - 3000W - GeeWizMecer Axpert Type 3000VA (3000W) PURE Sine Wave Inverter - PS3K (600w MPPT Solar Controller) Includes 2x 100Ah Battery + Steel Cabinet + Wheels All cabling and connectors included Unit Dimensions: 50cm(H) x 39cm(W) x 38cm(L)www.geewiz.co.za
with the 100ah AGM deep cycle batteries.
Will be using about 400 watts during load shedding.
24×100/400/2×0.85=2,55 hours of backup power?
If this is correct, am I correct in saying I would need 2 extra batteries to comfortably deal with 4,5 hour load shedding slots?