Uptech 2.4KVA Inverter (2 x 45ah AGM Batteries)

SKU: UPRQ2400
R9 799
List Price: R10 999
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Provides uninterrupted power during load-shedding. LCD displays shows battery level & load level. Easy to use plug and play - no wiring!
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Macnificent is fully authorised to sell Uptech products. The Uptech 2.4KVA Inverter (2 x 45ah AGM Batteries) is sourced via the authorised channel in South Africa.

Typical Load A
8 - 10 Hours of up time
42” LED TV
Decoder
11W light bulb
Total = 120 - 150 Watts

Typical Load A1
8 - 10 Hours of up time
PC & Monitor
2 x 10W light bulb
Total = 120 - 150 Watts

Typical Load B
2.5 - 3 Hours of up time
2 x PC & monitors
Router
2 x 10W light bulbs
Total = 400 - 450 Watts

Typical Load C
+- 2 Hours of up time
3 x Pc & monitors
Router
Total = 600 - 650 Watts

Key Features:
Easy to use plug and play - no wiring

Provides uninterrupted power during load-shedding.

LCD displays shows battery level & load level.

Built-in Voltage regulator protects your appliances from voltage fluctuations UPS functionality.

Portable, has wheels to move from one to room to another easily.

Fully automatic - switches over from battery to AC mode and back seamlessly.

3 SA plug points positioned above the unit for easy plug access.

Batteries housed in a metal cabinet on castors

Warranty
Full 1 year comprehensive warranty
Battery life will vary depending on usage. It is however advisable to replace the batteries every 4 - 5 years.

What are AGM Batteries?
Absorbent Glass Mat (AGM) Technology
AGM or Absorbent Glass Mat is an advanced lead-acid battery that provides superior power to support the higher electrical demands of today’s applications.
AGM batteries are extremely resistant to vibration, are totally sealed, nonspillable and maintenance-free.
AGM offers better cycling performance, minimal gassing and acid leakage when compared with conventional lead-acid batteries.
The end result of AGM technology is superior life performance.

Please Note
Total up time is fully dependent on what is connected to the unit.

Do you require a fully wired, installed system?
No problem! Simply contact us on 0861 12 SHOP (7467).

How to Calculate VA:
VA = Volts x Amps. In South Africa, our Commercial Power Provider supplies a voltage of 220 to 240 -AC Volts depending on the region. You may use an average value of 230 Volts.

An amp is the value which indicates how much current a device draws from the utility power. The manufacturer usually provides this information either on the device itself or in the user manual in the specifications list. Some manufacturers will provide the VA rating itself or the value of the current. The amps can also be measured with an instrument known as a current clamp.

How to convert Watts to VA.
Some devices will indicate power consumption in watts instead of VA. You can easily convert this value to VA with the following equation: Watts = VA x 0.7

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