Inverter Solution

Inverter Solution

Inverter solutions offered by us are are ideally suited for installations that need a continuous power supply. In principle, an inverter is a device that converts DC (direct current) to AC (alternating current) and typically used in running household appliances, computing devices, electrical fittings, and even power tools. On a commercial scale, inverters are used in generating systems both in conventional and non-conventional types.

Like a veritable power output device, our range of inverters offer a steady AC output to motors, pumps, electrical implements, and any other form of electrically operated gadgets. Here it should be noted that an inverter by itself does not create power, but in actuality converts a DC input to AC output. In our case, rechargeable batteries is he source of DC power. Our inverter converts the DC source into AC thereby enabling operation of corresponding devices.

Conversion from DC

Batteries are the source of DC input for our inverters. Rechargeable batteries form the source of DC power for inverters. For inverters connected to solar source, solar cells set up the input source. Inverter thereafter transmits continuous and constant AC output to connected electrical devices. Input DC voltage is of the order of 12volt and output could vary between 120 – 240 volt AC. This is the capability of our range of inverters.

Batteries used for our inverters are of the rechargeable type, normally lead-acid. These get charged as and when they are connected to company power lines.

Output in form of AC

We sell inverters of varying output capacities. These output capacities, in fact, are determinants of the type of power inverter you might require. It must be noted, that the total output of inverters are fixed and cannot be increased. However, this output load could be reduced. A change in load would not affect output voltage in any way, whatsoever. Our sophisticated range of inverters allow controlling of output voltage subject to a maximum value.

Application areas

Domestic power lines are the most common use of inverters. Depending upon load our inverters could provide back-up of up to eight hours. UPS (uninterrupted power supply) is a very common application of inverters. Computer installations running critical applications are undeniably connected to an UPS system, thereby enabling continuous availability. Operation of electric motors is another vital function of inverters. Our inverters are designed to run electrical vehicles, industrial equipments, power tools and even public transport systems.