Inverter roleThe commercial power supply (household outlet) that we generally use is AC (alternating current), and the electrical appliances used at home are also designed to operate on AC.
Since the electricity stored in the battery is DC (direct current) and cannot be used as it is, a device is used to convert it to AC.
Inverter selection point
There are various types of inverters, such as 1000W and 2000W, depending on the size "rated output" that can be output.
The higher the rated output, the more power consumption electric appliances can be used, and the more electric appliances can be used at the same time.
When using it, it is recommended to use it with a margin, not at the limit of performance.
When the rated output is 1500W <br>The total power consumption of the electrical products you use is about 1000W to 1200W .
For a rated output of 2000W
The total power consumption of the electrical products you use is about 1000W to 1500W .
When the rated output is 3000W <br>The total power consumption of the electrical products you use is about 2100W to 2400W .
Pay attention to inrush current
When turning on the power of an electrical device, it may consume a large current exceeding the rated power consumption in the initial stage.
This current is called "inrush current".
The magnitude of the inrush current varies depending on the device, but it can be two to three times the power consumption.
Inverter specifications include "instantaneous maximum output" , which assumes an inrush current.
Consider these numbers when selecting an inverter.
Using our hybrid inverter makes the configuration simpler
The "Hybrid Inverter" that we sell has both "charge controller" and "inverter" functions, so you can build a simpler system.
In addition, since the flow of electricity can be set in detail, it is possible to operate more efficiently.