Leoch 2048Wh Power Station

Q1: What devices can be charged/powered by LEOCH LC-9820?

A: LEOCH LC-9820 features 4*110V/2000W AC outputs (Pure sine wave), so it can power most devices under 2000W.

Q2: How long will LEOCH LC-9820 power my device?

A: Working time (estimation) = 2048Wh* 0.85 / operating power of your device. (0.85=Conversion Rate)

Please note that the actual working time may vary under different situations.

Q3: What kind of solar panel can charge this LEOCH LC-9820?

A: 1) Total Open Circuit Voltage (OCV) between 10V-35V; 2) Equipped with MC4 Connector.

Tip: Solar Panel and 300W External Charger needs to be purchased separately.

Friendly Note: LEOCH LC-9820 comes with a built-in MPPT controller, which ensures a faster PV charging rate, and no need to buy an extra outside controller.

Q4: Can it charge and discharge simultaneously?

A: Yes, the LEOCH LC-9820 supports pass-through charging.

LEOCH LC-9820 can be used as UPS


Leoch 100W Solar Panel

Q1: How do Solar Panels connect to the electrical supply in my home?

A: The electricity produced by your Solar Panels is converted from DC by the inverter to AC. The electricity is then taken from the inverter via an AC cable to your distribution board, where it is used to power the circuits in your home.

Q2: If I have Solar Panels can I come off grid?

A: Solar PV panels alone will not give you electricity 24 hours a day as they only produce electricity in daylight hours. You would need alternative energy sources or a battery system as well as Solar PV panels to be able to come off grid.

Q3: What is a grid connect solar power system?

A: Grid connect systems, which are the most common in built up areas, supply solar electricity through an inverter directly to the household and to the electricity grid if the system is providing more energy than the house needs. When power is supplied to the mains grid, the home owner usually receives a credit or a payment for that electricity. This is called a feed in tariff.

Q4: Should I choose monocrystalline, thin film or polycrystalline solar panels?

A: Between monocrystalline and polycrystalline there isn’t a lot of difference. However, a polycrystalline panel is slightly larger than the equivalent wattage in monocrystalline. Thin film panels are larger again. That extra space can take up valuable rooftop real estate in terms of adding extra panels at a later date.