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plusfortynine asked

Is there an inverter RS with 12V or 24V in the pipeline for campervan use?

It seems the Inverter RS is lighter (and smaller) than Multiplus, which would make it attractive for campervans

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seb71 answered ·

RS series devices are for high(er) voltage PV strings.

Not quite a good match for a campervan setup.


Edit:
Scratch that.

Now I noticed that there is an RS inverter without the MPPT. But I would guess it is based on the Multi RS design.

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Kevin Windrem avatar image Kevin Windrem commented ·
Wouldn't you need an inverter/charger for an RV? Without it there would be no way to use a generator or shore power unless you also fitted the RV with a separate charger. And with separate units, no pass-thru or assist.

A 6000 VA 120/240 inverter/charger would be a perfect fit for larger RVs in the US.

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cfreak answered ·

+1 on the question. It would be the perfect match for a truck as 24V system.


I need around 4kW, one RS 11 vs two3000 38kg.. -27kg, that is almost another 330Ah battery ;)


Name Watt@40° kg
Vol
MultiPlus 12/2000/80 1400 15,5 506x236x147 17,6
MultiPlus II 12/3000 2200 19 546x275x147 22,1
MultiPlus II 24/3000 2200 19 499x268x141 18,9
MultiPlus II 24/5000 3700 30 607x330x149 29,8
Multi RS Solar 48/6000 4500 11 425x440x125 23,4
2x MultiPlus II 24/3000 4400 38
37,7
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