A sinewave inverter is used for converting direct current into alternating current. Alternating current is the most common source of electricity that is used worldwide. It is a very useful instrument that gives the user un-interrupted power supply when the electricity from the main source is not available. Thus, one gets electricity source all the time for various requirements.
The other important benefit of the sinewave inverter that the voltage that it converts can be changed as per one’s requirement and a Sine wave Inverter generates the exact signal during conversion and wave produced is similar to the voltage transmitted from other useful instruments. The ability of a this device to generate different voltages is the most important feature as it can be used widely with instruments that require modifications in their output and are very sensitive to use.
|Amptronix 24V 300W Pure Sinewave Inverter (ATS300-24A)|
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When it comes to comparison between different kinds of inverters that are available to one’s choice many features play a crucial role in deciding the right equipment. One of these features is Harmonic distortion that is produced by an inverter. Harmonic Distortion is less present in equipment generating a pure sinewave compared to other types; this allows the inverter to generate the exact sine signal as required. This results in high output and efficiency.
Sine wave Inverters also gain points when we compare them to the noise that they produce. The products that are inverter powered run faster and produce less noise than others. It also reduces the noises in instruments like lights, fans, amplifiers and other equipments.
Due to these efficiencies and benefits some instruments like laser printers and many medical line equipments run only through Sine wave Inverters. This is due to the fact that Sine wave Inverters reduce the problem of overloading and voltage fluctuations that can damage the most sensitive and expensive equipments. They rectify temperature conditions to which many instruments are sensitive and they maintain the voltage peak so when applications need more power, ensuring that equipment gets the right voltage and can function smoothly reducing the risk of damaging the equipments.
Different voltages of direct current can be converted to the required voltage in AC by using Sine Wave Inverters. Like 12V, 16V and so now can be easily converted to AC.
|Go Power! GP-SW1500-24 1500-Watt Pure Sine Wave Inverter|
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Sine wave Inverters also protect equipments from short circuits by monitoring the supply and maintain the exact voltage required.
There are two types available: first Modified or Quasi and second Pure or True Sine wave Inverters. The difference between the two is the quality of the wave form produced; it is low in models using a quasi wave compared to the pure wave equipment. Also the peak voltage differs with the battery voltage which is a major disadvantage of the the quasi wave devices. There are several manufacturers active in this sector, manufacturing great quality equipment for converting DC to AC, for example Sunforce, Wagan, Go power, Xantrex etc.