•Highest resolution: 10mA (0,01A) with 500A shunt.
•Lowest current consumption: 1mA.
•Easiest to wire: the BMV-600 comes with shunt, 10 meter RJ 12 UTP cable and 2 meter battery cable with fuse. No other components needed.
•Easiest to install: separate front bezel for square or round appearance; ring for rear mounting and screws for front mounting.
Outback Mate system monitor
Simple system management with four soft (programmable) keys to allow easy context-based navigation of menus and functions. Two hot (quick access) keys give immediate access to the AC and inverter functions
The MATE system display and controllers are complete management tools for your OutBack Power system. Through the use of a single MATE, you can remotely manage and monitor multiple inverter/chargers, MX60s and any future OutBack power conversion and control products.
The MATE and MATE2 are packed full of features to make system management simple. The easy-to-read 3.1″ (8 cm) LCD is backlit for dark operating conditions. Four soft keys allow easy context-based navigation of menus and functions. Two hot keys give immediate access to AC and inverter functions.
A built-in clock and calendar function enables timer based programming of inverter and charger operation, allowing operators to set the system to work with time-of-day power rates or to limit a generator’s runtime to a specific time period of the day or week. All of your settings are stored in permanent memory to eliminate the need to reprogram in the event of a system shutdown or battery replacement. The MATE and MATE2 include a RS232 port with DB9 jack for connection to the serial port of a PC computer. Through the use of optional WinVerter software, operators can perform actions such as data-logging and graphical display of the system’s operation and performance. The MATE system display and controller is surface mounted while the MATE2 is flush mountable in a wall cut-out.
Off-grid Outback system
Outback Hub: Communications manager
The HUB system communications manager is the backbone of your networked OutBack power conversion system. The OutBack HUB communicates stacking, load share and power save on/off signals. Interconnection cabling is standard Ethernet CAT5 with RJ45 modular jacks. Through the use of a HUB, your system is completely coordinated and managed by the MATE.
The Hub allows up to ten inverters to be connected together to obtain 36Kw. Once connected to the Hub, they will synchronise automatically.
Load share and power save on/off signals
Standard interconnection cabling
Ethernet CAT5 with RJ45 modular jacks
Outback Flexware 250
Outback Flexware: 250, 500, 1000
Outback´s integration hardware provides safety for your equipment and flexibility of mounting. With its compact design and unique mounting features, Flexware accommodates all of the essential protective devices in the smallest possible space. Powder-coated aluminium construction.There are various options available to suit all sizes of systems.
FLEXware 250: Designed for applications with modest power requirements, the FLEXware 250 accommodates all essential protective devices in the smallest possible space and at the lowest installed cost.
Outback Flexware 500
FLEXware 500: For applications with medium power requirements such as larger homes, light commercial or larger backup power systems, the FLEXware 500 system architecture can support up to two OutBack FX Series Inverter/Chargers, up to two OutBack Charge Controllers and all associated AC and DC components.
FLEXware 1000: For applications with larger power requirements such as large residential, commercial, or village power systems, the FLEXware 1000 system architecture is capable of supporting up to four OutBack FX Series Inverter/Chargers, four OutBack Charge Controllers and all the required AC and DC components and wiring.
Outback RTS sensor
The RTS system informs the Outback system about the ambient temperature with great precision, so that the batteries can be recharged safely and efficiently. All Outback products with integrated battery charging have a temperature compensation system, and the RTS is a necessary tool to ensure optimal charging.