Modern electronics and devices play an essential role for both the professional and the family. Many times power for these electronics or to charge devices are not readily available. The solution is the power inverter. Great for people on the go, power inverters allow individuals to charge or power electronics and devices from their car.
Car power inverter » is an electronic device that takes a DC input and converts it into an AC output. Since car batteries provide DC voltage, and most consumer electronics work on AC, inverters are useful for using laptops and other devices on the road. However, there are some vital constraints to keep in mind whenever you use an inverter in your car. Factors like the capacity of the car battery, rated output of the alternator, and output wattage of the inverter can all play a part in determining which devices can be plugged in and used.
When deciding on a power inverter the key element is determining the number of devices that will need to be plugged into the inverter. By adding all of the combined wattage it is then easy to find the inverter to fit that power need. Further, safety should be a prime consideration. Inverters should be able to handle high surge conditions and have safety features that protect both the inverter and devices plugged in to it.
Our power inverter line has input voltages ranging from 12 volt dc power inverters » , 24 volt dc power inverters and 48 volt dc power inverters. You will find a complete line of industrial grade power inverters, available in 12 volt, 24 volt and 48 volts. Our industrial power inverters are built tough and ready for use in commercial applications. We also offers 220 50hz export power inverters. The Export power inverters that we offer are modified sine 220 50hz power inverters, which are designed to be used in Africa and Europe. These 220 50hz power inverters are available in both 12 volt and 48 volt.
An home inverter is an electrical device for converting 12-volt DC battery power into 120 volt AC power. Inverters are available in sizes ranging from as low as 30 watts up to 4,000 watts or more. For pratical purposes, an inverter size of 2,000-3,000 watts will be needed (or will already be installed) in an RV.