CyboEnergy, Inc. announced today that it has released a new version of off-grid CyboInverters capable of running heavy ac loads including motors, pumps, refrigerators, and air conditioners. CyboEnergy is demonstrating the new products at Intersolar on July 8-10, 2014 in San Francisco, California. A CyboInverter has 4 input channels, where Channel 1 and 2 can connect to 2 solar panels and Channel 3 and 4 can connect to a 36V battery set. Its ac output can power lights, fans, TV, PC, battery chargers, and refrigerators. A CyboCharger takes power from the same off-grid ac circuit as a load and charges the 36V battery during the day.
CyboEnergy CEO, Dr. George Cheng said, “This new product is significant because it can run refrigerators to store vaccines for clinics in rural areas that have no electricity. Although charity foundations donate vaccines all over the world, vaccines can be ruined without refrigeration. Through this offering, we hope to help people in need.”
The refrigerator compressor requires a lot of power to start. The off-grid CyboInverter can take extra DC power from the battery and produce up to 1500W ac surge power to start the compressor. After that, the CyboInverter can keep the refrigerator running with the dc power supplied by the 2 solar panels without drawing power from the battery. This unique and flexible system is cost-effective and user-friendly.