These high-quality Co-Super inverters are ideal for converting DC (Direct Current) power to AC (Alternating Current). Inverters allow off-grid power generated by solar panels to be used with household appliances and electronics.
Available in 300W, 1000W, 1500W, and 2000W power ratings. Each version includes two universal AC out power sockets. This inverter produces pure sine waves for use with AC power, an essential standard of quality, as impure sine waves can damage appliances and electronics overtime and create issues when in use.
Co-Super pure sine inverters are ETL certified and include automatically controlled cooling fan and can run 50 or 60 Hz AC frequencies. Output voltage options are 100/110/120V AC ± 5% and 220/230/240V AC ± 3%. Find out your regions AC specification here.
All generators, including solar, naturally create DC power. But any household electronics with plugs to connect to outlets run off AC power and must be converted by an inverter at the appropriate frequency before use with off-grid generated power. AC power is used in utilities because it allows for easier transportation of electricity across the grid, but is less energy efficient as DC power.
Inverters are necessary to keep a house or its selective appliances running during blackouts. They are connected to the battery and include outlet sockets, to which electronics can plug-in exactly like power outlets in a home. These inverters include positive and negative terminals for connection to batteries and input power.
The 300-2000W power ratings indicate the maximum load requirements each type of inverter can meet. The wattage of the load should not exceed these ratings. The initial surge rating of the products connected to the inverter should not exceed the surge rating of the inverter. When multiple appliances are connected to the inverter, their respective ratings should be added to form the load requirements.