WAECO CombiPower 2012/2024 – Sine wave inverter with integrated automatic charger
Full speed ahead!
Problems with a restricted power supply on bad fused campsites are now a thing of the past. This is thanks to the new WAECO CombiPower inverter/charger combination. The intelligent device offers the maximum possible level of self-sufficiency. This is because it supports the output of the mains power grid with power from the battery and takes over the role of supplying power on board if there are any voltage fluctuations or if the mains power grid should fail.
The clever CombiPower from WAECO reliably monitors the input mains supply and responds automatically to the relevant situation. Thanks to its power support function (PSF), the sine wave inverter/charger combination supports the limited power capacity of an external power source: If more power should be required than the individually adjustable mains input fuse permits, the WAECO CombiPower obtains this power from the on-board battery. If the external source fails completely, the inverter of the device automatically switches on (UPS function) and thus delivers an uninterruptible power supply with a pure sine wave voltage – ideal for particularly sensitive on-board electronics. The operating time can be individually limited here in order to prevent any unwanted discharge of the on-board battery.
The integrated automatic charger has a six-stage charging characteristic with an adapted power distribution and conditioning function. The charging current is controlled here taking account of the set current limiter and the current 230-volt power consumption. All of the functions of the WAECO CombiPower can be programmed easily and quickly by remote control and can be seen on the convenient data display. In addition, the smart blend of inverter and charger has a serial RS232 and a CAN bus interface, a temperature sensor for regulating the charging voltage, a real-time display for showing the battery voltage and programming of all charging and protection parameters protected by code.
The sine wave inverter of the WAECO CombiPower delivers a continuous output of an impressive 2000 watts. However, a peak output of 4000 watts is available for four seconds in practical use in order to cater for high start-up currents. Depending on the particular version, the automatic charger delivers a charging current which can be set between 30 and 100 amps (12-volt version) and between 15 and 50 amps on the model for 24-volt on-board power supply systems. In addition, it offers a second charging output for the starter battery which provides a charging current of five amps. Cooling is provided via a speed-controlled fan.
In both versions for 12-volt and 24-volt on-board power supply systems, the WAECO CombiPower costs 1899 euros.
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