Why is my inverter always in battery charging mode?
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An inverter is always in charging mode. This is because, even after charging the battery, it needs to keep the battery charging switched on to undertake trickle charging and keep the battery completely charged.
However, you should take action only if you are facing backup trouble or any other serious problems.
There might be two reasons for it.
if battery is more than 3 years old than it might be weak and not producing required voltage so that inverter can cut off the charging
Secondly check the backside of the inverter. There is a small switch which indicates UPS mode and normal mode. If it’s on UPS mode than change it to normal mode and problem will be solved. Some inverters have voltage range selector on the backside of inverter. if ur inverter has this selector than set the voltage selector to 100–300 voltage range. If it doesn’t work than kindly mention the inverter model and battery model and hopefully it can be solved.