Hello, I’m considering buying a Pylontech US3000C battery to power my small apartment, with a Victron Multiplus ii 3kva.
The US3000C battery can provide about 1776 watts continuous according to the spec sheet, but I would like to be able to power my AirFryer for about 30 minutes at a time which is 2000 watts.
Does anyone know if the US3000C would be able to power 2000 watts for about 30 minutes without tripping or overheating?
Relevant section from spec sheet:
Any help or guidance would be much appreciated.
We have a airfryer, and the unit does not use a consistant 2000w. It will use it for about 4 minuts, then switch off the element, then use it again, and so forth.
Also, that 2000 is not always the case. Our is saying 1400w, but top draw is about 1280w.
This is recommendation of battery modules for specific inverter
Amperage parameters for us2000 is 25A and us3000 37A continuous.
That means that single us2000 will give 25x48=1200W and us3000 1776w continuously.
“Does anyone know if the US3000C would be able to power 2000 watts for about 30 minutes without tripping or overheating?”
I don’t think this will work but again air fryers work exactly how @neliuszeeman described, few mins with high power and then low and back again. If you want to be safe, I would recommend getting two battery modules.
Also, is this Victron ESS system or?
You might even void the Multiplus warranty if you don’t have enough batteries to cover the surge rating.