How are Inverters typically used?
Inverters provide a source of household power for electrical equipment in RVs, cars, work trucks and boats. They are also used to protect your home and belongings during a power outage, by providing emergency backup power to essential equipment such as phones, freezers, sump pumps, or medical devices.
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What is a Power Inverter?
A power inverter is a device that converts low-voltage DC (direct current) power to standard household AC (alternating current) power. An Inverter allows you to operate household appliances and electrical equipment using the power produced by a car, truck or boat battery or renewable energy sources, such as solar panels or wind turbines.
What type of inverter do I need?
Inverters are primarily used to provide normal AC power from a vehicle’s battery.
Inverter/Chargers are typically used to provide backup AC power in an emergency, such as a power outage.
Provide pure sine wave mobile and backup power for sensitive electronics in RVs, over-the-road trucking, conversion vans, fleet service vehicles and other areas where utility power is unreliable or unavailable.