Power backup solution provider Smarten today unveiled a 2.4kW hybrid solar power conditioning unit (PCU) for off-grid applications. Called Superb 3050, the PCU is built with an advanced maximum power point tracking (MPPT) technology-based, 50-ampere charge controller, which is an absolute necessity in times of increased battery-fire accidents. This regulator allows the users to know if the batteries are being charged correctly and avoid issues such as overheating and explosions.
The solar PCU is designed for commercial spaces and can run a 1-tonne air-conditioner. Its advanced priority feature allows users to choose between solar, batteries, or grid power. DC-to-AC conversion efficiency is 88%-90%.
Rajnish Sharma, CEO and director, Smarten, said, “The [Smarten Superb 3050 solar] PCU provides the best possible performance in terms of efficiency and reliability. The product offers advanced features such as Smart Solar Optimization usage settings, grid-charging disable option, etc.
This Solar PCU has been developed keeping in mind the needs of customers who want to use solar energy as an alternate power source.”
The solar PCU gives sine-wave output for connected appliances’ safety and noiseless operation. It is priced at INR 19,999.
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