OutBack Power Announces ETL Listing for FX2000

October 01, 2002 by Jeff Shepard

OutBack Power Systems Inc. (Arlington, WA) has received its first listing to UL 1741 by ETL Testing Laboratories for its OutBack FX2000 inverter/charger system, which is a 2,000W continuous-rated, modular sine wave, inverter/charger that can be used for both small and large power systems.

The FX2000 features low idle-power consumption and high power-conversion efficiency for renewable energy applications. Each FX2000 is a complete power conversion system featuring a dc/ac inverter, battery charger and an ac transfer switch system integrated together as one system component. The FX2000 incorporates a die-cast aluminum, sealed housing, which keeps the electronic components cool while protecting them from the major causes of inverter failure. The

modular feature of the FX2000 allows up to eight units to be connected together in combinations of parallel (120Vac), series (120Vac to 240Vac) or three-phase (120Vac to 208Vac).

"The OutBack FX2000 introduces the next generation of power conversion technology to the renewable energy market," stated Christopher Freitas of OutBack Power. "The extremely rugged construction, field serviceability and the modular, fault-tolerant design will allow for higher system

performance and reliability, all critical for

the success of renewable energy technologies."

The FX2000 is available from all major renewable energy product distributors throughout North America.