Pure sine wave inverter

- Sep 04, 2018-

Sine wave inverters are widely used in various types: microcomputer systems, communication systems, home, aviation, emergency, communications, industrial equipment, satellite communications equipment, military vehicles, medical ambulances, police vehicles, ships, solar and wind power generation. The emergency backup power supply can form an EPS emergency power system.

 

Introduction

The square wave output inverter is high in efficiency, but is always unreliable for the appliances which designed for sine wave power supply use. Although it can be applied to many electrical appliances, some electrical appliances are still unsuitable, or the indicators of electrical appliances will change when use. The inverters with sine wave output will not have this kind of problem in this respect, but have the disadvantage of low efficiency.

 

Product performance

1) Pure sine wave output, suitable for TV sets, refrigerators, induction cookers, electric fans.

2) Microwave ovens, air conditioners and other household equipment use #Microcomputer (CPU) control technology, superior performance.

3) Ultra-wide input voltage range, high-precision output, fully automatic voltage regulation.

4) Built-in protection functions such as overload, short circuit, over voltage, under voltage, over temperature, etc., high reliability.

5) Concise and clear LED display, can be upgraded to a comprehensive digital LCD display for easy observation of machine status.

6) The power supply time can be arbitrarily configured according to different requirements.

7) Adopt valve-regulated maintenance-free lead-acid battery, intelligent battery management, overcharge, over-discharge protection, and extend battery life.

 

installation method

1) Open the package and check if the accessories are complete (an AC input line and a manual);

2) Select a ventilated, clean installation environment;

3) Confirm that the DC power supply output voltage and/or the voltage of the battery match the DC input voltage required by the inverter;

4) Confirm the positive and negative polarity of the power supply, the high potential is positive, and the low potential is negative;

5) Connect the positive electrode to the positive terminal of the inverter (marked with “+”) and the negative terminal to the negative terminal (labeled “-”). Ensure that the connection is reliable;

6) Take the input cable from the accessory bag, insert one end into the socket marked “AC IN” on the chassis, and insert the other end into the mains socket;

7) Connect the load input line to the output socket of the inverter (labeled "AC OUT").