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Victron Multiplus-II GX Inverter Charger 48V 3000 VA 48/3000/35-32

$1,682.41 ex GST

Available More than 10 in stock

Product Info

Manufacturer: Victron Energy

SKU: PMP482306000

Shipping Weight: 20.7 kg

Please note: There is currently a 2-4 day processing time at our Victron warehouse location.

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MultiPlus-II GX

An Inverter/Charger with device networking built-in, the MultiPlus-II GX communicates with a solar charger, batteries, and other devices to control a grid-connected, off-grid, or remote power installation. Capable of parallel operation for increased power output, or battery charge-rates, the MultiPlus-II GX can also be configured for three-phase supply. A host of advanced features - such as uninterrupted power supply, setting load limits, and supplementing limited grid-power availability with battery power - can all be controlled straight from your phone or smart device. Remote monitoring is also possible.

Models:
3000VA, 5000VA

SKU: PMP482306000

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Kevin, Upper Colo
Multiplus ii 48/3000/35-32

I am very pleased with my Multiplus ii setup. I have two Multiplus ii in parallel. The two features which I love the most are the very wide voltage input range and the fact that I can use it with a small generator, set the maximum amps I want it to draw from the generator, and it will automatically top up any excess amps if needed without overloading my generator. I have NiFe batteries which can be drawn down very low and charged to a high voltage, the Multiplus together with my SmartSolar 250/100 allows me to charge my NiFe batteries up to 65 volts and the inverter low-voltage cutoff is just over 37 volts, this gives me almost 30 volts of range. I previously had between 44 and 58 volts which significantly restricted my batteries and our available power. I love my new system, it has made off-grid living almost like living on grid. When I need backup (which I hardly ever need now with the wide voltage range I've got) I switch my little generator on and I don't have to worry that someone is going to switch on a big-draw item and trip everything. I only have two little negatives, one is that the inverters are a bit more noisy than what I had before, there is quite a loud humm and the other is that the LCD display seems to show everything other than my battery voltage, which would have been useful. (Maybe that's my fault for setting up wrong? There is a way to wire in a separate wire to the battery bank, so maybe that will fix it?) I bought the LCD plug-in display for the SmartSolar 250/100 and this gives me the voltage, so I've got everything I need.

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Kevin, Upper Colo
Multiplus ii 48/3000/35-32

I am very pleased with my Multiplus ii setup. I have two Multiplus ii in parallel. The two features which I love the most are the very wide voltage input range and the fact that I can use it with a small generator, set the maximum amps I want it to draw from the generator, and it will automatically top up any excess amps if needed without overloading my generator. I have NiFe batteries which can be drawn down very low and charged to a high voltage, the Multiplus together with my SmartSolar 250/100 allows me to charge my NiFe batteries up to 65 volts and the inverter low-voltage cutoff is just over 37 volts, this gives me almost 30 volts of range. I previously had between 44 and 58 volts which significantly restricted my batteries and our available power. I love my new system, it has made off-grid living almost like living on grid. When I need backup (which I hardly ever need now with the wide voltage range I've got) I switch my little generator on and I don't have to worry that someone is going to switch on a big-draw item and trip everything. I only have two little negatives, one is that the inverters are a bit more noisy than what I had before, there is quite a loud humm and the other is that the LCD display seems to show everything other than my battery voltage, which would have been useful. (Maybe that's my fault for setting up wrong? There is a way to wire in a separate wire to the battery bank, so maybe that will fix it?) I bought the LCD plug-in display for the SmartSolar 250/100 and this gives me the voltage, so I've got everything I need.

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