In general, a sinewave inverter is manufactured for converting Direct Current into Alternate Current , which is accepted universally as a general electrical source .the converted voltage can be changed as per the requisition. sine wave inverters is a kind of inverter, which produces the exact sine wave during the conversion, important thing is that the sine wave produced is exactly similar as the transmitted output voltage from the utility bodies. Take a look here for more info.
How it is used?
The power transmitted from the utility bodies to the household units by using sine waves. Most of the equipments can be run through the other Inverters but in times as there are some modifications in their output it may cause some problems to the sensitivity of the equipments.
In order to avoid those problems Sinewave Inverters are mostly preferred while using the systems, which are calibrated sensitively.
Harmonic Distortion is very less in sine wave inverter compared to other inverters so that we can get the exact sine waves produced by the utility bodies.
Efficiency and the output of the power conversion is high in a Sinewave Inverter when compared with the other inverters.
The radiation of the radio power is less while using the sine wave inverter and it allows us to use it for long time as well as for long transmission of the power.
Microwave oven and motor driven products such as variable motor will run faster and without noise while using sine wave inverters.
It greatly reduces or almost eliminates the noises in lights, fans, Audio amplifiers & video equipments.
Power-laser printers, some medical equipments and digital clocks run only through the sine wave inverter.
Sinewave inverters rectify the problem of overloading. Voltage fluctuations i.e. low voltage and high voltages problems and the temperature conditions.
Usually all application need more power when energized initially, at that time the voltage need to be in its peak. Sine wave inverter rectifies this problem by always maintaining the peak voltage.
By using the sine wave inverter 12V, 24V & 36V can be converting as per the required voltage in AC.
It protects the equipment from the short circuit as well as AC backfeed.
Sinewave Inverter Types:
1) Modified or Quasi sine wave inverters.
This type of inverters are considered to be the successor to the Square wave inverters.When measured the quality of the wave form is low when compared to the Pure sine wave Inverters. Major disadvantage of this type of inverter is that the peak voltage differs with the battery voltage.
2) Pure or True Sinewave inverters.
The quality of the measured wave from is same as in the utility bodies output.peak voltage doesn’t differs with voltages making this type as an advanced version of inverters. It is expensive when compared to other inverters.Tags: Direct current, Harmonic, harmonic distortion, Power-laser, sine wave inverters, sine waves, true sinewave, voltage fluctuations