Best tips to maintain inverter

By March 18, 2021Uncategorized

Power inverter that converts DC power to AC power provides a great convenience people’s lives, especially in home appliances, such as air conditioner, refrigerator, TV, VCR, etc. In order to optimize the use of the inverters in these home appliances, people should pay much attention to proper operation of power inverters. This article will give you some tips how to use the power inverter properly.

The DC input voltage of the inverter should be the same as the battery voltage.Every inverter has a value that can be connected to the DC voltage, such as 12 Volts and 24 Volts. The battery voltage should be the same as the DC input voltage of the power inverter.

Power inverter output power must be greater than the power of home appliances or electrical devices, especially for the appliances with high starting power, such as refrigerators, air conditioner, etc. When choosing a power inverter, a large margin should be left to avoid the burning of inverter.

Power inverters must be placed in a well-ventilated, non-humid position, and avoid the rain. It should have a distance of about 20 cm to the surrounding objects, and also keep away from the explosion items. Do not put anything on the inverter or cover other items. The environmental temperature cannot be higher than 40℃.

Charging and inverting can not be carried out at the same time. In order to use the power inverter correctly, people can not to apply the inverting and charging at the same time, that is, do not put charging plug into the electrical output of the power inverter, otherwise the inverter will bring itself some damage.

For the environment conditions of power inverter, the installation environment shall meet the following requirements based on security and performance considerations:

  • Dry: do not soak in water or rain.
  • Cool: the temperature is between 0℃ and 40℃.
  • Ventilation: keep no foreign body on the shell within 5CM and good ventilation on other end faces.

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