|The Benefits of Sinewave Inversion||The Difference Between True Sinewave Inverter and Modified Sinewave Inverter|
A true sinewave inverter replicates and improves the quality of electricity supplied by the utility companies. Actually Sine wave inverters are used to operate high-end electronic equipment. A sinewave inverter can feed energy back into the distribution network because they produce alternating current with the same wave shape and frequency as supplied by the distribution system. They can also switch off automatically in the event of a blackout. It can also convert direct current from individual solar panels into alternating current for the electric grid.
• 600, 1000, 2000 watts maximum
• 1200, 2000, 3000 watt surge capability
• Xantrex Technologies Prosine 1000 Prosine 1,000 to 1,500-Watt Power Inverter
• Built-in digital display for DC volts and output power
• Built-in USB port
• Dual GFCI AC receptacles for safe operation
• Heavy duty terminals for trouble-free battery connection
• Available ON/OFF remote switch (with ignition lockout)
• True Sine wave AC output
• 1000 watt continuous power
• Surges to 1500 watts peak
• High frequency switching technology
• Multi-stage charging capability
When using sophisticated audio systems, remote measurement equipment, surveillance or telemetry equipment it is good to use True sinewave inverter. Or transformer less chargers, garage door opener, and laser printers, it is better to use True sinewave inverter. When, modified sinewave is used with transformer less chargers they are likely to damage it. Modified sinewave inverter works fine with a product that operating through an AC adapter. For example, laptops, video games, cell phone and digital camera chargers as well.
The sinewave inverter is based on the advanced switch mode technology to be able to power 100% output in FTS (Full Temperature Scale -20° to +50°C.) It means that the G3 power inverters have low weight and is designed very compact. When using a device that senses either peak voltage or zero crossing, it is advised to True sinewave inverters as running them on modified sinewave inverter could result in various problems.
Some Advantages of Sinewave Inverter
1) Allow inductive loads like microwave oven and motor driven products to run faster, quieter and cooler.
2) Reduce audible and electrical noise in fans, florescent lights, audio amplifiers etc.
3) Allows accessories which are sensitive to higher harmonic distortion levels found in modified sinewave inverters to function seamlessly with pure sinewave inverters.
4) Sinewave inverters operate any type of device that can be operated by the utility companies, which is subject to maximum load restrictions.
5) Some sinewave inverters generate power that is accepted for selling back to utilities which falls under Net Metering programs.
6) The micro inverter can be sized exactly to match the PV panels.
7) The micro inverters are easier to install as they require only AC wiring
8) The central inverters are inexpensive when installing in larger systems & they are more efficient.