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Note: *** This Product Is 230 VAC Output, European Voltage, Not For Use In The U.S.A ***EasySolar-II 48/3000/35-32 MPPT 250/70 GX
Building on the existing EasySolar (which contains a MultiPlus Inverter/Charger and BlueSolar MPPT Solar Charge controller) this new model has a number of improved features and brings other welcome changes.
The EasySolar-II 3000VA GX (when compared to the earlier EasySolar) is based upon the Multiplus-II, giving the whole unit a more compact and modern design, along with improved standby power efficiency, reduced weight and volume.
The GX suffix indicates that there is a GX device for control and monitoring built-in. A GX device is usually a standalone device such as a Color Control GX, Venus GX, Octo GX or a CANvu GX - but in this instance it is a new integrated GX device, which is already connected to the internal Multiplus-II and MPPT charge controller.
In addition there is a small two line display showing what the unit is doing, and if relevant it can also show a detailed error code - no more counting blinking LEDs!
The EasySolar-II 3000VA GX allows connection to CAN-bus battery management systems, the VRM remote data monitoring portal via Ethernet or built-in WiFi, enables ESS functionality, and much more.
Another update is the AC and DC rated circuit breaker protection is no longer supplied. This change is based on feedback from our customers who are now able to connect the EasySolar-II GX to their own AC and DC fuses or circuit protection - in other words that which is best suited to a particular application and any regional requirements.
The integral MPPT has had the input voltage increased from 150V to 250V, giving greater flexibility when choosing solar panel configurations. In addition, because the MPPT is Victron Smart, there's all the usual VictronConnect App functionality people have come to expect from Smart enabled products.
If paralleling and using three phase with the EasySolar-II 3000VA GX, there can only be one GX device in such a system. Indeed one GX device is enough and therefore it does not make sense to buy three of the EasySolar-II 3000VA GXs and put them in a three phase installation. Instead what you do is buy one and then buy two normal MultiPlus-IIs with the same rating.