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Off-grid inverters do not have to be equipped with batteries before they can be used.

Do off-grid inverters need to be equipped with batteries ?

  • Xindun
  • August 25, 2020

The off-grid solar power system is not restricted by region and does not rely on the power grid. It can be installed and used as long as there is sunlight. It is a good choice to install a set in areas without electricity or frequent power outages.

The off-grid solar power system needs to be equipped with an off-grid inverter to convert the DC power from the solar power system into AC power for daily AC electrical appliances. Conventional off-grid inverters need to be equipped with batteries for normal startup and operation. These energy storage batteries are expensive and short in life, which increases the initial investment cost of the system. Therefore, the application of off-grid solar power systems is also limited.


Do off-grid inverters have to be equipped with batteries before they can be used? The answer is not necessarily.

Xindun’s newly developed ZRS series 3KW~10KW off-grid inverters, in addition to the basic functions of conventional off-grid inverters, users can also choose a battery-less operating mode. In the battery-less mode, the off-grid inverter will automatically start up under solar power supply. For areas with developed grids but expensive electricity, or only need to use electricity during the day, or areas without electricity. Inverter always uses solar power supply, reduce the pressure of the grid, reduce the cost of electricity, save battery cost.

With power grid, solar, and batteries, inverter always uses solar energy first

off grid inverter


No power grid and batteries, but solar is available.

off grid inverter


No solar and batteries, but power grid is available.

off grid inverter


No battery, but power grid and solar is available,inverter always uses solar energy first

off grid inverter


Want to know more about this innovative off-grid inverter without battery design? Contact Xindun now!