IPower Series Pure Sine Wave Inverters (350W-2000W) by Epever are a compact and robust industrial class pure sine wave inverter. For conversion of 12/24/48VDC into 110/120/220/230V AC power supply.
The wide input voltage range is excellent for solar system applications. This is the ideal inverter for many applications such as household emergency lighting, vehicle mounted systems, RVs and small field power supplies.
12/24/48VDC input 350-2000W
IPower Series Pure Sine Wave Inverters (350W-2000W) Product Highlights
- Safe design with input and output electrical isolation
- Adoption of advanced SPWM technology, pure sine wave output
- Optional output voltage 220/230VAC (or 110/120VAC), settled by DIP switch
- Output frequency 50/60Hz, settled by DIP switch
- LED indicators for working and fault status
- Lower No-load consumption
- Max. efficiency up to 95%
- Input protection: over voltage protection, low voltage protection
- Output protection: over load protection, short circuit protection
- Over temperature protection: temperature-controlled fan ventilation, inverter turns off automatically.
The inverter is like your solar system’s brain. It manages your power flow, controlling two kinds of power. DC- or direct current – power is the kind stored in batteries. It’s also the kind produced by solar panels. But you can’t use DC power (Directly) to power anything in your home. That’s where your inverter comes in. Everything in your home uses AC- or alternating current – power. And an inverter takes DC power from your panels (or from batteries) and turns it into AC so it can be used for your fridge, lights, TV, and other household appliances.
How is an off-grid inverter different from a grid-tied inverter?
A grid-tied inverter takes DC power from solar panels, turns it into AC, to use in-situ or sent to the National grid. Grid-tied inverters are simpler and easier to wire since there are usually only two main components – the inverter itself and your solar panels. (some grid-tied systems are starting to incorporate energy storage but most don’t have any any at all. But an off-grid inverter needs a battery bank to function. Here’s how it works: your solar panels feed DC power into the batteries. Then your inverter takes that power and “inverts” it, creating AS power for you home. This works essentially like a miniature power grid.