If your inverter battery is getting overheated;
Alert! As it is a clear sign that the life expectancy and performance of the battery can be depleted, resulting in blast in extreme cases. However, inverters get hot due to their regular operations, which is normal. Worry when the inverter gets extremely hot as it indicates that there is a problem with the inverter or the battery.
The inverter battery can be hot due to one or more of the following reasons:
• Selection of the wrong switch in inverter: There is a battery selection switch on the backside of an inverter, which is generally used to set the type of battery being connected with the inverter. However, if a wrong selection in this switch is made, there can be an overheating problem.
• Wrong selection of charging current jumper: The charging current jumper option is also available on the backside of the inverter, which should be selected according to the battery capacity. If your inverter has a charging current jumper option, make sure it is correctly configured to prevent the inverter battery from getting hot.