Overload Protection ElecHive 2200 – Today, we’re gonna show you two things. The first thing is the fast charging function you have been waiting for and I know you are excited about it, and another thing we want to show you is the AC output overload protection.
Overload Protection ElecHive 2200
So first thing first, let me show you fast charging. Currently, the design plan we have are the solar panel input and the fast charging. Input all into this Anderson, input over here, and it’s at 1250 watts input, I believe. So, let me connect it to this. Let me turn it around. When I connect it, you can see these displays going on. Okay, so I’m gonna plug it in, and as you can see, the screen just turned on, and then you can see that the battery is going up currently. It’s at 55 battery life.
And then you can see on the input section, it’s around 1100 watts right now. It’s going up, it takes some time. Okay, so is that it’s over like 100 watts, and then right here the information will tell you hours to full. So, currently, it’s going to be about one hour to fully charge the ElecHive unit with the fast charging okay. Then you can see on that display screen, it’s around 60 volts and 25 amps. Okay, so now hours to full is changing still, it’s around one hour.
Now, let me plug into the load control, and we can show you that the ElecHive is charging and discharging at the same time. Okay, this is connected to the load control, so I’m going to plug it in and I’ll turn the AC switch on. Now, you can see, there’s input and there is output. So, the input is still over 1100 watts, and the output is around 800. And of course, hours to full is changed as well, should we increase some low? Let’s increase some load and we can see it.
Okay, so the output now has increased to around 1500 watts, and the input still stayed around over 1100. Okay, so now output has increased close to 1000 watts, and the input is still stayed around over 1100 watts. We have increased the output now to 1800 watts. Now, we have increased the output by over 2000 watts, and I think, it just went over 2300. It went into overload protection, but the input still stayed well over 1100 watts. Okay, the unit shuts off, because they went into overload protection. When we started again, you can see that everything is very functional, the input is still at over 1100 watts. Because I think when we started was at 55 percent battery life, now it’s at 61 battery life, and hours to full is showing 0.8 hours to get fully charged.
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