How big an inverter is needed to drive the induction cooker depends on the power of your induction cooker. The power of an induction cooker for general household use is 500/800/1200/1600/2000/2200 watts. As long as the rated power of the inverter is greater than the rated power of your induction cooker, this induction cooker can be driven. In actual use, we would recommend that you leave more than 20% margin for the inverter, that is, the inverter rated power is preferably at least 1.2 times the power of the induction cooker.
It should be noted that the induction cooker is an inductive load. This type of load has relatively high requirements on the power waveform and needs to be driven by a smooth pure sine wave inverter. And the starting power of the inductive load will reach two or three times the rated power. So when you are choosing an inverter, in addition to the rated power of the inverter, you should also pay attention to whether the output waveform of the inverter is a pure sine wave and whether the peak power is above the starting power of the induction cooker. In general, if you want to buy an inverter that can drive your induction cooker, you need to meet three conditions at the same time: the rated power of the inverter is greater than the rated power of the induction cooker, the peak power of the inverter is greater than the starting power of the induction cooker, and the waveform is pure sine. wave.
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