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MS-PAE Series - MS4448PAE

Price: $3,011.75

The MS-PAE 120/240V Series Inverter / Charger from Magnum Energy is
a pure sine wave inverter designed specifically for the most demanding
renewable energy applications. The MS-PAE Series is powerful, easy-touse,
and best of all, cost effective.


No series stacking required: The unique design of the MS-PAE Series
can provide 120 and 240 volts output in one unit, eliminating the need
to stack two units together to get 240 volts.


Parallel stacking: You can parallel up to four inverter / chargers for up
to 17.6kw of power at 120/240V. The MP panels and router are required
for parallel stacking the MS-PAE Series.


Power Factor Corrected (PFC) Charger: Our PFC charger is
built into all of our inverter chargers. It uses less energy from a
generator than a standard charger – using 25-30% less AC current
than standard chargers.


Safe and reliable: The MS-PAE Series is ETL Listed to the stringent
requirements of UL 1741, 1st edition, and CSA C22.2 #107.1-01 for
renewable energy installations.

Features

Pure sine wave: Power your
T.V.s, stereos, plasma screens,
and other sensitive electronics
without worry. The pure sine
wave inverter and power factor
corrected charger provide clean,
reliable inverter power with low
total harmonic distortion (THD)
of less than 5%.


Choices: The MS-PAE Series
comes in 24 and 48 volt
configurations, allowing you
to choose the model that
is right for you.

Versatile mounting:
Mount the MS-PAE Series
on a shelf or wall.


Lightweight: The lightweight
aluminum base and cover also
provides noise reduction and
corrosion resistance.


Multiple ports: The MS-PAE
Series provides multiple
ports, including an RS485
communication port for network
expansion, and a remote port.

Accessible design: The extra
large AC access cover with
terminal screw block and 360°
DC connection terminals with
covers make this inverter more
accessible when it needs to be.

Convenient switches: The MSPAE
Series comes with an on/off
inverter-mounted switch with an
easy-to-read LED indicator.

Buy with ease:
The MS-PAE Series is backed by
a three-year (36-month) limited
warranty, and a five-year limited
warranty when installed on an
MMP or MP system.

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