pure sine wave 600Watt power inverter information
600W Pure Sine Wave Power Inverter
An inverter can be used in a PV systems or a power backup system. Inverter are used to convert low voltage direct current (DC) that batteries in PV systems usually produce to a higher voltage alternating current (AC), which can be used for most of our common household appliances.
600W pure sine wave Inverters is a device that converters DC power into AC power as and when required.
Product Specification of 600 Watt power inverter
Solar electric energy generation
Wind power generation.
Industrial intellectual control system
Small sized emergency power supply system
600w Pure Sine Wave Power Inverter wave form picture:
600w Pure Sine Wave Power Inverter Socket and plug:
Our product outlet type can choose by yourself .
About 600W pure sine wave inverter
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Technical parameters 600w pure sine wave inverter
1) Input Voltage:DC12V(10—14.8V) or DC24V(20—29.6V)
2) Output Voltage:AC 220V-240V/110V-120V
3) Continuous Power output: 600W
4) Surge Power Capacity:1200W
5) Output Waveform: Pure Sine Wave
6) Frequency: 50Hz,(60Hz) ±3Hz
7) Efficiency: >90%
8) LOW Voltage Range: 10.5V/21V ±0.5V
9) High Voltage Range: >DC14.8V/29.6
10) No Load current: ≤0.8A
11) Over Heat Protect : >60 centigrade
12) Fuse: Built in 10A
13) Cooling Fan: with cooling fan.
14) USB charger port:5V 2.1A
Q1.How to choose the right inverter?
If your load is a resistive load, such as a light bulb, you can choose a modified wave inverter. But for inductive and capacitive loads, we recommend using a pure sine wave inverter. For example: fans, precision instruments, air conditioners, refrigerators, coffee machines, computers, etc. Since capacitive and inductive loads require high quality power, the correction wave can be initiated under certain inductive loads, but has an impact on the service life of the load.
Q2.Is the output voltage of our inverter stable?
A: It is ok. Our inverter design has a good voltage regulator circuit. You can even check it when you measure the true value with a multimeter. In fact, the output voltage is quite stable. Here we need to specify: Many customers find that measuring voltages using traditional multimeters is unstable. We can say that this operation is not correct. A normal multimeter can only test pure sinusoidal waveforms and calculate data.