FAQ

FAQ

Your Peco load shedding system is capable of running 220V devices that draw up to
200Watts continuously. By adding additional PowerBricks you can expand your Peco
system to run appliances that draw continous loads of up to 500W.

Setting up the PowerBrick and InverterBrick is extremely easy. simply connect the two bricks and charge with the kettle cord and your Peco Power system is ready. The setup can be seen here.

You can charge the PowerBrick through a solar panel, panel, 230V AC-DC adaptor, InverterBrick and a ChargeBrick.

Yes. Simply connect it to any available Peco Port on your system. Note: It may take
longer to fully charge both PowerBricks from a single InverterBrick.

Minimum of 2000 cycles before any noticeable dropoff in performance (7-8 years with daily use)

Yes. Please contact us for specifications of compatible solar panels and connector cables.

Yes, there is a 12 month warranty for all systems. By registering your product here, another 12 months is added to the warranty to make it 24 months.

The InverterBrick is designed to beep as part of its normal operating function. These are the different types of beeping that you may encounter

You will hear one very short beep. This requires no action

1 Short beep followed by InverterBrick LED turning off turning off.

Action: 

  • Turn off InverterBrick.
  • Disconnect all appliances and wait 60 seconds.
  • Turn on InverterBrick.
  • Connect appliances one at a time.
Your system should now be functioning normally, if not, repeat the steps.
  • Reason: PowerBrick is unable to supply power to the InvetrerBrick

Action:

  • If the orange fault light is showing on the PowerBrick. Repeat the action sequence in 2 above.
  • If the red light is showing on the PowerBrick, the battery is flat.
          Charge the system by making sure that the Power cable is connected to the InverterBrick and                        plugged into an AC socket.
          To eliminate the beeping whilst the system recharges, simply switch off the InverterBrick.