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Outback FX Series Inverter Features

The OutBack FX series is a modular "building block” sine wave inverter/charger that can be used for both small and large power systems. Each OutBack FX inverter/charger is a complete power conversion system - DC to AC inverter, battery charger and AC transfer switch.

Additional FX inverter/chargers can be connected at any time in parallel (120 VAC), series (120/240 VAC), or three-phase (120Y208 VAC) configurations. This allows a system to be tailored to meet the specific power conversion requirements of the application, both at the time of the installation and in the future. The OutBack FX series is also available in export versions with 230 VAC, 50 Hz output that can be connected in parallel (230 VAC) or in three phase (230Y400 VAC) configurations.

The OutBack FX is designed to survive harsh environments anywhere in the world. Our unique sealed, gasketed die-cast aluminum chassis protects and keeps the power conversion components cool - without requiring outside air to be blown through the sensitive electronics. This reduces the major causes of inverter failure - corrosion, dust, insect and animal damage. The FX can be used in high ambient applications up to 60oC with reduced output ratings.

The OutBack FX series inverter/charger system is designed for both residential and commercial stand-alone or backup power applications with battery energy storage. It is designed to operate as a coordinated system with the other OutBack products i.e. the PSDC, PSAC and PSR enclosures as well as the MX60 MPPT charge controllers and MATE system controller and display.

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