Victron Phoenix 12v/24v 3000w:
Inverting power from DC to AC power. The Victron Phoenix Compact range comprises models with constant outputs rated as follows
Developed for professional duty, the Phoenix range of inverters is suitable for the widest range of applications.
The design criteria have been to produce a true sine wave inverter with optimised efficiency but without
compromise in performance. Employing hybrid HF technology, the result is a top quality product with compact
dimensions, light in weight and capable of supplying power, problem free, to any load.
A unique feature of the SinusMax technology is very high start-up power. Conventional high frequency
technology does not offer such extreme performance. Phoenix inverters, however, are well suited to power up
difficult loads such as refrigeration compressors, electric motors and similar appliances.
Virtually unlimited power thanks to parallel 3-phase and split phase operation capability
Up to 6 units inverters can operate in parallel to achieve higher power output. Six 24/3000 units, for example,
will provide 15 kW / 18 kVA output power. Operation in 3-phase or split phase configuration is also possible.
If an automatic transfer switch is required we recommend using the MultiPlus inverter/charger instead. The
switch is included in these products and the charger function of the MultiPlus can be disabled. Computers and
other electronic equipment will continue to operate without disruption because the MultiPlus features a very
short switchover time (less than 20 milliseconds).
All models have a RS-485 port. All you need to connect to your PC is our MK3-USB VE.Bus to USB interface
(see under accessories). Together with our VEConfigure software, which can be downloaded free of charge from
our website, all parameters of the inverters can be customised. This includes output voltage and frequency, over
and under voltage settings and programming the relay. This relay can for example be used to signal several
alarm conditions, or to start a generator. The inverters can also be connected to VENet, the new power control
network of Victron Energy, or to other computerised monitoring and control systems.