OutBack Power Technologies, Inc. recently announced the launch of a its new grid-interactive Radian (News - Alert) Series GS7048E Inverter/Charger, which will provide 230V of adjustable power for residential, industrial, commercial and other applications.
OutBack Power is a specialist designer and manufacturer of advanced power electronics for renewable energy, back-up power and mobile applications.
The GS7048E Radian has been specifically designed to provide compatibility to a number of global power scenarios and has the ability to meet the demands of both stable and unstable grid infrastructures across the globe.
The Radian will allow businesses and consumers to cut down costs associated with consumption, along with the problems that crop up due to long power outages.
Key features of the GS7048E Radian Inverter/Charger include 7,000 watts of continuous power; grid-interactive, stand-alone functionality in the same package; 230V single-phase (230/400VAC 3-phase using three inverters); Unsurpassed surge capacity and dual AC inputs; Field-adjustable input/output voltage and frequency boundaries of 50/60Hz and 220-240V nominal and field serviceable modular design and upgradeable firmware.
"OutBack Power's GS7048E Radian brings our product line performance and reliability to a new level of flexibility,” said Phil Undercuffler, director of product management and strategy for OutBack Power. “It provides independence from the grid and security from utility failures by supplying continuous power, as well as ensuring ease of integration and adjustable capacity."
The grid-interactive Radian enables grid power while maintaining back-up capacity. When an outage occurs, it will offer power from a renewable source, batteries, a generator, or by using a combination of these energy options.
OutBack Power's GS7048E Radian is expected to be ready by the third quarter of 2012.
Some of the other features of the GS7048E Radian Inverter/Charger include Built on OutBack Power's core FX FET board technology; Planned certifications and listings include: CE; Advanced front venting for optimum cooling in zero-clearance installations; IEC (News - Alert) specifications on PV power conversion systems; AS4777 grid connection and inverter requirements and RoHS.
Edited by Braden Becker