The Homage Dispensers come with stainless steel tank designed using anti-bacterial, food-grading material, which makes sure that the water stored in the tank is not contaminated. The water taps and the drip tray are all designed using the same food-grading material.
Many of today’s plastic containers, packages and wraps are specially designed to withstand microwave temperatures. To make sure yours is one of them, check the item or its packaging label and follow any instructions. Usually term, “Microwave-safe” is used with microwave cookware
Single battery connection: When using single battery it voltage must be equal to the voltage of HEXA Nominal Input Voltage (Apply to HEX-1004 & HEX-1204 models)
Parallel battery connection: When using multiple batteries in parallel, each battery’s voltage must be equal to the voltage of HEX-1004 & HEX-1204 Nominal Input Voltage
Series battery connection: When using multiple batteries in series, all batteries must be equal in voltage and AH capacity, and the sum of their voltages must be equal to the voltage of HEX-2004 Nominal Input Voltage
Parallel battery connection: When using multiple batteries in parallel, each battery’s voltage must be equal to the voltage of HEX-2004 Nominal Input Voltage
Inverter should be installed with professional installer to avoid damage. The Homage inverters come with free AC/DC cables. The battery variant of Innova series have all cables enclosed in the inverter casing.
Yes, laptops can be used with pure sine wave inverters of 3 & 5 KVA. Our 1&2KVA inverters provide modified sine wave power. For precise equipments use our pure sine wave inverters. Caution: If you connect the computer to the output of HEXA (1&2KVA) the computer may reboot if the input voltage is too low to be accepted
Narrow setting is for general appliances. If you select this mode, the HEXA operating voltage in Line mode is within 170~280Vac with the same output voltage. The line sensitivity is higher. Wide setting is for energy saving. If you select this mode, the HEXA operating voltage in Line mode will be extended within 90~280Vac with the same output voltage. The HEXA is with the lower line sensitivity. Moreover, there will be taking a long transfer time when the HEXA transfer from line mode to Battery mode during power failure.
It depends on different models and their specification. Please follow the chart for clarification. Panel specification Panel=150Watt Maximum Power Voltage: 18V Maximum Power Current: 8.34A Open Circuit Voltage Voc: 21.6V Short Circuit Current Isc: 9.09A
Normal Inverter: Normal Inverters use your utility (K-Electric, WAPDA etc) to charge the attached battery and when the power is cut off or when the voltage is low or high it provides backup from battery to run your appliance. Solar Inverter: Solar inverters use sun light to charge the battery and are capable of supplying power to appliances simultaneously. If not enough solar energy is generated, the solar plus battery supports the load. Solar Inverters also work on utility to charge battery and bypass the load when solar energy is absent of weak.
The main difference between UPS and Inverter is the transfer time between line-mode to inverter mode. UPS transfer time is less than inverter. Inverters use high-frequency transformer and they are light in weight while UPS uses iron-core transformer and they are huge in size & weight.
An automatic transfer switch (ATS) transfers power from a standard source, like utility, to emergency power, such as a generator, when the standard source fails, ATS senses the power interruption on the line and in turn signals the engine panel to start. When the standard source is restored to normal power the ATS transfers power back to the standard source and shuts the generator down.
It depends on battery AH. There is a different capacity charger installed in a different model: 1 KVA model 20 Ampere fix the charger 2 KVA model has 15 Ampere fix the charger This means in 1 KVA it deposit 20 amperes current to a battery in one hour.