ICT Sine Wave Inverter Series
Inverters with TCP/IP Ethernet for Remote Monitoring and Control
Built-in Ethernet communications allows remote power-cycling of connected loads, possibly saving a service call to a remote site.
The ICT Sine Wave Series is a pure sine wave 1500 watt inverter that converts 48V, 24V or 12 volts DC to ultra-clean 115VAC or 230VAC output at 93% peak efficiency.
Every Sine Wave Series model includes TCP/IP Ethernet for remote monitoring and control and a fast static transfer switch to allow switching between the inverter and AC grid or generator power. With its TCP/IP Ethernet connectivity, a user can monitor the inverter, AC and battery conditions, receive alarm notifications by email, or power-cycle the outputs to reboot connected AC loads. Access from a thin client is through a secure web connection. SNMP is also supported for integration into a network management system
The Sine Wave Series features 93% peak efficiency, ultra-low noise, and low idle current draw to preserve battery life. The robust design will operate at 3000 watts of output for 2 seconds in order to start demanding loads. The Sine Wave Series is adaptable to various types of installation requirements, whether standalone or rack-mounted. Both the standard Form C alarm contacts and TCP/IP Ethernet connection can be used to send a remote alarm signal for any type of fault, ideal for remote installations where the site is not easily accessible. Built-in Ethernet communications allows remote power-cycling of connected loads, possibly saving a service call to a remote site.
All models include Form C contacts and factory installed RJ45 Ethernet port with built-in web server and intuitive graphical user interface. Allows remote monitoring of inverter conditions including battery voltage, output voltage, output power and alarm conditions. Remote management features include turning AC outputs off and on, configuring user, network, email and alert settings, and setting up the network watchdog feature for auto restarting if I.P. connectivity is interrupted. SNMPv1/2c is supported for integration with network management systems.