Outback GS8048A-01, Radian Series, 8000 Watt Grid Tie Hybrid Battery Inverter
- Grid-interactive and stand-alone capability in the same package
- 8000 Watts of continuous power
- Unsurpassed surge capacity
- 120/240V split-phase power
- Dual AC inputs
- Field serviceable modular design
- Flexible design for systems from 8 to 80kW
- GSLC load center option allows for quick and easy installation
- Built on our core FX FET board technology— the industry standard for reliability
The Radian Series GS8048 Grid/Hybrid™ (full-flexibility grid-interactive/off-grid) Inverter/Charger is engineered toward one goal: making system design and installation easier and faster in grid-interactive and comprehensive off-grid applications.
The Radian Series simplifies the configuration, distribution, and implementation of energy storage through a standardized approach when integrated with an OutBack GS Load Center, making it easier than ever to provide successful solutions for virtually any residential, commercial or institutional power requirement.
The 120/240V 60Hz split-phase Radian is an 8,000 Watt continuous power solution that seamlessly integrates with traditional North American wiring practices. The models combine pure sine wave power output technology with unsurpassed surge capability to start the most demanding appliances and are built around a unique dual-power module design which ensures high efficiency in both low and full power operation as well as redundancy in mission-critical applications.
Both Grid/Hybrid inverters incorporate OutBack’s FLEXgrid™ technology for full operational flexibility. Modular system architecture and simplified parallel design support system scaling of up to 10 inverters delivering 80kW (GS8048). System integration and programming are easy with OutBack’s powerful MATE3 Control and HUB Communications Management devices. An advanced, front-vented layout provides optimum cooling in zero-clearance installations (i.e. where units are stacked next to each other). The field serviceable design simplifies maintenance if needed, and firmware updates can be easily made in the field without specialized equipment.