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Peak power is instantaneous power, which refers to the maximum power that the inverter can output in a very short time (usually within 20ms).

What is the peak power of the inverter?

  • Xindun
  • October 29, 2020

Peak power is instantaneous power, which refers to the maximum power that the inverter can output in a very short time (usually within 20ms). Another parameter that is often mentioned in the inverter is the rated power, which is the power that the inverter can output for a long time.

When choosing an inverter, the reference value of the rated power will be larger. If you need to drive an electrical appliance with a rated power of X watts, choose an inverter with a rated power above X watts. One thing to note is that if your electrical appliances are inductive loads with motors (such as refrigerators, washing machines, electric drills, etc.), when choosing an inverter, you must consider the peak power of the inverter. Because these inductive loads need a lot of current to drive them at the moment they start, only the peak power is greater than the starting power of the appliance, the appliance can start normally.


What is the peak power of the inverter?


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