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MCB on Mains Bypass Load in Inverter/UPS

MCB on Mains Bypass Load in Inverter/UPS is an Extra Protection – MCB on the Mains Bypass Load in Inverter/UPS is important for protecting the Load connected through the inverter/UPS.
When we design our inverter/UPS/Home UPS/Solar PCU/ESS/ERD and Solar Inverter, we ensure that we provide you with an extra window for the Load; so, for example, our UPS, which has a rating capacity of 1000 VA load, allows you to connect the 2500 VA load approximately so that you can switch between the loads in case of regular use.

Generally, people don’t always use the complete Load of the house, so they want to be provided with the choice of selecting the Load. ]

For example, if a small family stays in a 3-bedroom flat, they want to install the 1000 VA inverter/Home UPS to the whole house.

They can switch on the lights, fans and TVs in different rooms as the running Load at any given time will not be more than 1000VA, and the option to use the Load in the areas they need is in their hand.

But sometimes, for any reason, if they exceed the Load on the battery mode, then the Inverter/UPS gives them a warning, and if they reduce the Load, it keeps working in battery mode.

This protection works on the whole house when the Mains power is coming if someone exceeds the 2500 VA load.

This is provided through the capacity of MCB provided inside the Inverter/Home UPS, and this MCB trips, which works as extra protection for the Load connected through the Inverter/UPS/ Home UPS.https://suvastika.com/short-circuit-protection-circuit-in-the-mains-mode/.

Also, this feature helps you to give additional protection to the connected Load so that it can be protected for low and high-voltage security.

So, for example, your whole house is connected to the UPS, and your fans, lights and washing machine, fridge etc., are connected to the UPS and suddenly, high voltage comes. In that case, the MCB of your house will not protect those appliances. But our Inverter/UPS has the sensing circuit software which will sense the voltage fluctuation and transfer the Load to the battery mode to save the appliances attached through the UPS. If the running Load exceeds the UPS capacity, it will show the Overload in the battery mode.https://www.mercomindia.com/select-right-circuit-breakers-inverters-rooftop-solar

The UPS will immediately sense the voltage and shift to the Battery mode to ensure the connected Load is safe from high or low voltage fluctuations. Still, our feature in UPS will help those appliances to switch to battery mode. In case the Load is higher than the permitted Load VA, then it will give an Overload warning, and if you reduce the Load, then it will keep working, and if you don’t reduce the Load, then it will switch off the Load and save it from high voltage or low voltage protection. This is a significant protection for sensitive devices at home, so we give you full insurance with this feature for the appliances and Loads connected through our Inverter, whether on Mains Mode or the battery mode and gives you complete peace of mind.

MCb for AC load

MCB in Inverter


In Our Bluetooth and Wifi-based Inverter/UPS, we have a feature that if the MCB goes down because of Overload and Short Circuit, then it will give the alert with an audio alert.


In the mobile application, the user can see if the MCB is down for any reason, and this comes as an alert with an audio tone. If the MCB is down, it tells you to check the MCB and lift it from the back panel.

Conclusion: MCB on Mains Bypass Load in Inverter/UPS plays an important role in the protection of Inverter/UPS and connected load


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  1. […] The main MCB also helps to protect the Inverter itself from damage. The Inverter will automatically switch to battery mode if the mains power is too high or too low. However, if the main’s Power is outside the safe range for a short period, the main MCB can trip to protect the Inverter.https://suvastika.com/mcb-on-mains-bypass-load-in-inverter-ups/ […]

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