24V Steca SXPI 1100

799,00 720,00

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The new generation of sine wave inverters, Steca Solarix PI, demonstrates greatly enhanced functionality and robustness. New parallel switch box PA Link1, for instance, facilitates communication with the new charge controller generation Tarom 4545/4545-48 and Tarom MPPT 6000-M (software update required). Existing safety functions too have been made more customer-friendly and robust.
In developing the Solarix PI sine wave inverter, Steca has brought about some innovations. These are, above all, parallel connection, the novel operating concept which uses a single rotary switch, direct communication in order to calculate the state of charge (SOC) with Steca Tarom and Steca Tarom MPPT 6000-M, and the electronic fuse. Furthermore, our many years of experience have come into play for deploying these inverters specifically in photovoltaic systems. This comes through, for instance, in the way that a most diverse range of appliances is provided with a low operating consumption and a stable energy supply.


Technical drawing: Steca Solarix PI 500-12, 550-24, 1100-24, 1500-48

Product features

  • True sine wave voltage
  • Excellent overload capabilities
  • Optimal battery protection
  • Automatic load detection
  • Parallel connectable
  • Best reliability
  • Protective insulation according to protection class II
  • Control by digital signal processor (DSP)

Electronic protection functions

  • Deep discharge protection
  • Battery overvoltage shutdown
  • Overtemperature and overload protection
  • Short circuit protection
  • Reverse polarity protection
  • Automatic electronic fuse


  • Multi-coloured LED shows operating states


  • Main switch
  • Adjustable load detection


  • Type with 230 V / 60 Hz
  • Type with 115 V / 60 Hz


  • Compliant with European Standards (CE)
  • Made in Germany
  • Developed in Germany
  • Manufactured according to ISO 9001 and ISO 14001

Spec Sheet


Additional information

Weight 10.0000 kg
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