Solar inverters are a good backup power source, especially for people living in places where power is often cut off without prior notice. During a power outage, it can provide 4 to 24 hours of continuous power supply. Buying an inverter is a long-term investment, so it is best to understand some important features and prices so that you can choose the right one according to your needs.
According to the output waveform, the inverter is divided into a pure sine wave inverter and a square wave inverter. Pure sine wave inverters are suitable for heavy loads, such as air conditioners, refrigerators, microwave ovens, grinders and TVs; square wave inverters are relatively cheap, but only suitable for basic power requirements such as fans and lights. If conditions permit, it is better to choose pure sine wave.
2. Inverter capacity
The capacity is in watts/kilowatt (W/KW). The basic rule of thumb is: the larger the inverter capacity (rated power), the more devices can be powered at the same time.
3. Battery capacity
The battery is the main component of the inverter, it can store backup power. If you want to power more devices for longer, it is best to choose a larger capacity battery.
Most parts of South Africa use 220/230 volts, 50Hz ac, Hinton solar inverter pure sine wave output 220V / 230V / 240V,50/60Hz and the same ac power grid, 300W-200kW power optional, price from $27 to $11093, can meet the demand of South Africa.
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