Tag: Inverter Battery

How Much Energy is Lost When Charging an Inverter Battery?

How Much Energy is Lost When Charging an Inverter Battery?

Batteries are the common backup solution for us, from our mobile to home inverters we do use batteries for backups. Mobile is a small thing to care about, but we do care about home inverters and connected batteries because they power our home during power outages. So, how much energy is lost when charging an inverter battery? Home inverters and inverter batteries aren’t the 100% efficient source for holding energy, on paper they are only ~60% efficient under any given situation. Rest is lost due to AC-DC conversion and other factors like battery type and its water level, temperature, charging speed and time, etc. 30 to 40% of […]

How Many Solar Panels Does it Take to Charge a 150 AH Battery?

How Many Solar Panels Does it Take to Charge a 150 AH Battery?

If you’ve been planning to install an off-grid solar energy solution, it is an obvious thing one can ask: How many watts of solar panels do I need to charge a 150 AH battery? Or how much time it takes to 600 watts of the solar panels to charge a 150 AH battery full? In this article, we’ll explain the basic calculation of the solar panels’ capacity or wattage requirements to charge a battery bank. First, let us calculate the battery watts. Inverter batteries come in 12 Volts capacity, let’s say you have a 150 AH battery bank then multiply the battery’s AH with its Volts to calculate […]

Luminous Solar NXG 1400 Inverter UPS Review

Luminous Solar NXG 1400 Inverter UPS Review

Luminous NXG 1400 is the biggest solar inverter UPS which is capable of running the majority of the home appliances using solar power or using mains line. The biggest advantage of this inverter is it gives more priority to solar energy than mains energy. If you are planning to make your own self managed on-grid solar system or complete off-grid solar setup, Luminous Solar NXG 1400 Inverter UPS is an ideal solution for you. Let’s see some of its technical details. Rated AC Power: 1100 VA, which means you can achieve a maximum of 800 Watts load. Maximum supported solar panel power: 1000 Watts (12V), suggested up to […]