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Solar PCU Nxt+ 3.75 kVA /48 Volt off grid hybrid inverter

Solar PCU Nxt+ 3.75 kVA /48 Volt off grid hybrid inverter

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Product Descriptions

Luminous 3.75 kVA solar power conditioning unit (pcu) is one of the best solar inverter in India that has functionality to charge battery from electricity and solar both. The Inbuilt mppt controller, Industrial design, heavy duty built makes it latest technology product suitable for a home, small office and shops. it has multiple MCBs that protects connected load and intuitive LCD display makes it easy to understand inverter functionality. 


  • 12 -15 units electricity generation a day
  • It supports connection of solar panels up to 3.3 kW.
  • suitable for home, office and shops
  • Descriptions


    3 kW / 3.75 kVA


    Pure sine wave, Mppt (latest)

    Power Load

    up to 3 kW mix of 1 ton Inverter AC, Home appliances such as Light, fan, TV, Laptop, refrigerator and water motor

    Batteries required

    4 nos. (100 - 200 Ah)

  • Technical Details


    Sine wave

    Solar panel current

    46 amps

    Solar panel voltage (voc)

    65 V - 130 V

    Charger technology


    Full Battery Recharge Time

    10-12 Hrs

  • Inverter monitoring – Display

    Luminous solar inverters are made with customer friendly monitoring system, there are two kinds of display in inverters to monitor functioning of solar power conditioning units. 


    Led display

    • grid led (green) – grid power is available
    • pv led (green) – solar is available
    • inverter led (green) – inverter is switched on
    • battery led (green)- battery charging (blinking) / battery discharging (led steady),
    • fault led (red) – inverter is faulty  


    Lcd display

    • battery voltage – charge level of battery
    • load % - power consumption as a % of total inverter power
    • output voltage
    • pv voltage – solar panel generating voltage
    • pv current – solar panel generating power in amps
    • grid voltage – utility grid voltage level
    • grid charging current – amp with which battery is being charged
    • electricity saved - kwh
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