The Victron Inverter Phoenix 48/5000 (PIN485020000) is the largest 48V version of a Phoenix inverter. Especially in the field of communications he has some innovative technologies which make the 48/5000 a future-proof investment. The continuous power of this device is 4000W. From a 48V battery, this unit produces 230V AC for you with a pure sine wave and a clean 50Hz frequency. which also makes the operation of very sensitive electronic devices possible without compromise. Also in terms of self-consumption and efficiency scores the voltage converter with excellent values. As a pile of cream, this device class now also masters parallel operation and three-phase operation with other Phoenix inverters of the same series.
Brand: Victron Energy
Weight: 28 kg
VE.Bus RS-485 communication port - far-reaching, new possibilities All 12V / 24V / 48V-3000-5000 Phoenix Inverters feature an RS-485 data port, allowing them to connect to a computer / notebook using the optional VE Interface MK2-USB Monitoring opened up whole new possibilities. Here are some of the most important options that result from this innovation for you:
needs-based programming of many parameters such as output voltage, frequency, the upper and lower voltage limits and much more
can be integrated into a computer-aided monitoring and control system
All Phoenix Compact converters can also be used with VENet, Victron Energy's innovative performance monitoring network, or other computerized control and monitoring systems
simple programming of the integrated relay. The relay can be used, for example, to generate signals in special situations or to start a generator.
Parallel and three-phase operation with other Phoenix inverters possible
The development of the new Phoenix series was uncompromisingly aimed at an inverter with a clean sine wave output and high efficiency. Using state-of-the-art hybrid RF technology, Victron has been able to develop a quality product with compact dimensions and low weight that can deliver any desired performance with ease. The SinusMax technology, which also finds its place in this series, enables particularly high peak currents when switching on devices of 10000W! further technical of the Phoenix 48/5000
4000W continuous power, suitable for all common 48V batteries
true sine wave delivers a precise 50Hz frequency
much higher peak power possible thanks to integrated sine-max technology from Victron
converts 48V DC to 230V AC with pure sine wave
Advanced hybrid RF technology installed which is much more powerful and less susceptible to interference than conventional radio frequency technology
very low self-consumption and high efficiency
integrated energy-saving mode
with 2-pin alarm contact which can be used as an output for an on / off remote control
very high starting power thanks to SinusMax technology
The Sinus-Max technology An important feature of the SinusMax technology is the particularly high starting performance. This is not possible with conventional HF technology. Phoenix inverters are able to cope with the high starting currents of, for example, cooling compressors, tool motors and the like. Virtually unlimited performance through parallel and three-phase operation Up to six inverter units can be connected in parallel to increase performance. A three-phase operation is also possible. Switching load to other AC sources: The automatic diverter switch For smaller outputs, we recommend the Filax automatic diverter switch. Computers and other sensitive electronic devices can continue to operate practically without interruption because the switching times are very short (less than 20 m / sec).
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48V DC to 230V AC voltage converter. The inverter has a pure sine wave and is usually connected directly to the battery. This current converter or inverter works with a very high efficiency and low self-consumption.
AC continuous power (W)
Input voltage range (V DC)
38 - 66V
Output voltage (V)
230V AC / AC
Self-consumption without load
AC output frequency range (Hz)
50Hz / + -0,1Hz or 50Hz / + -0,1Hz (adjustable)
true sine wave
Self-consumption without load in energy-saving mode