Latronics LS Series Sinewave inverters can be used in a wide variety of Off Grid settings, from remote area solar power through to caravan and camping, and marine applications.
The most powerful and reliable inverter on the market, the Latronics LS Series inverter utilises the most advanced microprocessor algorithms, guaranteeing your power conversion is pure and stable.
Latronics inverters have been specifically designed for remote locations where continuous and reliable operation is of paramount importance. With one of the lowest failure rates n the world, Latronics have inverters that are still operational after 18 years of continuous service.
- Pure sinewave clean power output
- High efficiency (peak efficiency of 94 %)
- Adjustable ON/Standby mode selection
- Powder coated 3 mm aluminium chassis
- AC output wiring - 3 terminal hardwire junction box
- 3 year parts & labour warranty
- Options: Residual Current Device (RCD), MIL Spec Conformal Coating, Automatic Transfer Switch (ACTS2 or ACTS3), Ruggedisation for high vibration environment, and Non-Standard AC output voltage (eg 110 V AC)
- Nominal DC input voltage: 24 V
- Input voltage range: 21 - 34 V
- Continuous power output: 4000 W
- Half-hour power output: 4500 W
- Surge rating (5 seconds): 12000 W
- Output voltage: 230 V AC (+/- 4 %)
- Output frequency: 50 Hz (+/- 0.1 %), 60 Hz selectable via dip switches inside inverter
- Peak efficiency: 94 %
- Standby current: 0.060 A
- Inverter ON - no load current: 1.1 A
- Autostart sensitivity: 0 - 20 W
- Protection circuitry: overtemperature, overload/short-circuit, battery undervoltage/overvoltage
To ensure peak performance, it is important to choose the right battery size for your inverter. The battery size required will depend on the load and intended running time. As a general guide, Latronics recommend the following formulae:
Recommended battery size in Ah = 'Inverter rating in W' divide by 'input voltage' multiply by 10
(eg: 1200 W / 12 V x 10 = 1000 Ah battery capacity)
Minimum battery size in Ah = 'Inverter rating in W' divide by 'input voltage' multiply by 3
(eg: 1200 W / 12 V x 3 = 300 Ah battery capacity)
Please note that photo is for illustrative purposes only, and that specifications are subject to change without notice and without incurring liability.