They are pretty much the same in terms of functionality but I think the sunsynk wins just in being a better overall unit and on price. The sunsynk has a modern touch screen UI. I haven't seen anything like it on any other inverter on the market. Just the flow chart alone on the inverter gives you a good view of what is happening on the inverter from what each MPPT is producing, what is going in or out of the batteries, current from the grid supplying the non essential loads, the essential loads and the aux loads or generator input or micro inverter. Is there a screen on any inverter currently in the market where all this information is presented on one screen? All other production data is also easily accessible directly on the touch screen and presented in easy to read bar charts.
On price the sunsynk beats the victron hands down. The multiplus II hybrid 8kva (6.5kw) is nearly R55k vs about R32k for the 8kw sunsynk. View attachment 1115310
Yes, when it comes to price the SunSynk is miles ahead. Half or a third of the price of the Victron for similar performance. I'm still not getting where it's better, just the built-in touch screen? The more competition the better, we all want to see prices drop on all sides. The way this is being portrayed, Victron is dead in the water. For R55k it would be cheaper to buy a Quattro.