The Kisan Inverter has been developed indigenously by Su-kam after a long and intensive research process.
About 80 per cent of the Indian population lives in villages. By and large, they are farmers who work in their field the whole day for the major part of the year. Also, India is home to 35% of the global population and only 40% of all rural Indian households are electrified. In 40% of electrified rural Indian
households, the average power cuts are of 14-16 hours per day, causing untold problems to millions of families. This problem needed a back-up solution which must be efficient enough to power a household's electrical appliances and at the same time, be economical enough to fit the farmer's spending capacity.
The Kisan Inverter has been developed using state-of-the art micro-controller based digital technology and FLC (Fuzzy Logic Control) based battery charger.
The Kisan Inverter can be connected to the existing automobile battery in any vehicle like a tractor and this will allow the user to run most household appliances like tube lights, fans, CFL and TV.
This is a very cost-effective product, as the customer need not spend money to buy a separate inverter battery. With specially designed software, the battery cut-off is controlled and this ensures that the battery is not totally discharged.
How This Solution Is Unique
The first tractor with a power back-up system to run home appliances.
- Designed for robust conditions and tough environmental conditions.
- Existing automobile battery is used as a power bank when the tractor is idle. Hence saving the CAPEX for the battery bank.
- With specially designed software, the battery cut-off is controlled and this ensures that the battery is not totally discharged.
- Both AC and DC output from the same tractor.
- Reverse current safety feature.
- Weather proof – easy start in cold weather.
- Safety from high temperatures.
- LED display and alarms.
- Charging facility from grid / mains.
- No-load auto shutdown feature.
- Specifically designed for automotive batteries.
- Farmers can now run their home appliances in case of power cuts.
- The same battery can be used to start the tractor and as a power back-up for household use.
- An integrated inverter with NO CAPEX on battery.