European 3 phase model

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ergatai
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European 3 phase model

Post by ergatai »

Hello.

We are working on a large project for an African surgical hospital in Zambia and are very interested in your progress on your 220V inverters. Will the European models be able to be configured in a 220/380V 3-phase configuration? What equipment will be necessary and when will they likely be available.

Thanks.

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Christopher

European 3 phase model

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We have built up several of the Export (E) versions of the FX2024 already. We are testing them at this time and will be fielding these BETA test units with distributors in New Zealand, Australia, Spain, Africa and Thailand in a few weeks.

The connection of the FX2000 in three phase will follow after the initial production has started. The initial units will be possible to connect in parallel for higher power only. It looks like a special HUB will be required for systems operating the inverters in three phase. I would think we should be able to offer this by August of the year or so.

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ergatai
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European 3 phase model

Post by ergatai »

Thanks for the info. Are there any plans for a 48 volt model?
Christopher

European 3 phase model

Post by Christopher »

Yes - we will offer a 48 vdc version and a 12 vdc version of the "E" export model as well.

Multiple export version FX2000s can also be connected in parallel for higher power. They use the same MATE, HUB and STACK-2 options as the standard 120vac/60Hz versions.
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