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MultiPlus 12/3000/120-50

SKU PMP123021010
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As the name suggests, the MultiPlus is a combination inverter and charger. This elegant solution offers numerous features such as those of a true sine wave inverter, an adaptive charging function, Hybrid PowerAssist technology, and multiple system integration options.

Unique PowerAssist function

The MultiPlus prevents a limited AC power source, such as a generator or shore power connection, from becoming overloaded. First, it automatically reduces battery charging to protect against overload. Next, the output from a generator or shore power is boosted with energy from the battery.

Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS) function.

In the event of a mains fault or, if the shore power or on-board generator is interrupted, the multi's inverter is automatically switched on and takes over the supply of the connected loads. The switching occurs so quickly (in less than 20 milliseconds) that uninterrupted operation of computers and other electronic equipment is guaranteed.

Virtually unlimited power through parallel connection

Up to six Multis can be connected in parallel for high power requirements. Three-phase or split-phase operation is also possible. Please refer to our data sheets to find out which models are suitable for parallel, three-phase and split-phase operation.

Remote monitoring and control

In conjunction with a GX unit (e.g. Cerbo GX), you can use the free VRM app and Free VRM Portal website to monitor and control your Multi and system(s) locally (LAN) or remotely via the Internet from anywhere in the world. Access can be from a phone, tablet, laptop or PC running a wide variety of operating systems. There is no end to the control options, from setting up your Multi to automatically starting a backup generator and more..."