For users of Mercury Radiant Inverters who know that they offer top-level performance at unbelievably low purchase cost, there’s good news: Kobian Pty, makers of the Mercury inverter range, have kept up their innovative thrust and have upgraded the products. The new models, including the Mercury 2400VA (2.4kva/24V) now incorporate very valuable digital display to help users monitor the performance and status of their equipment. They have also been re-engineered for better performance .
TRACK AND MANAGE YOUR DEVICE WITH LCD DISPLAY
Monitoring the running of your Mercury 2.4kva inverter couldn’t get any easier, with the LCD display that shows how the system is running. Now you can manage your batteries better, for instance, easily knowing when they have discharged to your target recharge level. That’s a huge boost to help protect your battery bank, which is where the bigger chunk of your inverter setup cost goes to. If you can help protect your batteries and extend their lifespan by easily tracking their status, you would have extended the value and returns from your investment by a huge margin.
STILL TOP PERFORMING AND CRAZILY AFFORDABLE
The modified sine wave Mercury inverters are pretty cheap, relative to other inverter options. That, though, takes nothing away from their ability to provide the power backup you require. Mercury inverters deliver in performance and durability, counting easily as one of the most widely used inverter brands in Nigeria. With one-year manufacturer’s warranty and effective technical support from the Kobian Service locations available in Lagos, Port Harcourt, Abuja, etc, users are guaranteed the after-sales technical support that will keep their systems running.
The Mercury 2.4kva inverter is 24VDC battery voltage. It will operate on a battery bank of two 12V external batteries. For adequate energy storage capacity, 200Ah/12V batteries or higher would serve you better, though lower battery capacities will still run the inverter. Actual battery cost will depend on the battery capacity and brand you settle for. You can view our battery prices in our battery listing here.
The rated capacity of the Mercury 2400VA is 1440W. While that means it can support up to 1440 watts of load, you must realise that extended power backup will come from substantially reduced load. The wider the gap between your actual load and the rated capacity, the longer the backup you get. Inverters that are loaded to near full capacity can only deliver limited backup time and will often harm the battery bank in short order. Lower load levels not only result in longer backup performance but will mean less stress on batteries, which, all things being equal, will last much longer.