Pure Sinewave DC to AC Inverter 1000w
£ 437.82 inc. VAT
1 in stock
So, you’re looking to purchase an inverter to run an AC-powered device off a battery or other DC source.
Will you need a pure-sine-wave inverter (PSW), or will a 'cheaper' modified-sine-wave inverter (MSW) do the job?
Some appliances are compatible with a cheaper modified sine wave; others are not. As a general rule, the more complex the appliance, the likelier it is that it requires a pure sine wave. But to be absolutely sure, you should always go by what the manufacturer says.
Manufacturing a Pure Sine Wave Inverter (PSW) is a lot more involved than making a Modified Sine Wave Inverter (MSW), and this translates into a higher price. But what you get for the additional cost is peace of mind.
Appliances are getting increasingly complex; these days, even seemingly simple devices feature advanced microprocessors, and, oftentimes, MSW will not agree with these microprocessors. A PSW is the only safe choice.
* Only basic products such as normal lights bulbs and induction or shunt motors can safely be run on a modified sine wave.
* Pure-sine-wave inverters require many components and therefore come at a higher cost. They produce current that is close to identical to that of grid AC, making them perfect for running sensitive electronics.
Model Number SIB121000
- Output power 1000 W
- Output Surge Power 2000 W
- Comes with twin sockets
- Central taped earth interchangeable
- Neutral earth bonded between both
- Size 190 mm x 85 mm x 300 mm (l)
- Cabes 1 DC 8mm long
- Weight 2 kgs
- Model number SIB121000
Runs notebook computer, Tvs, lamps, CD player, power tools, battery charges, stereo amplifier, fax machine, pump, drills and media equipments etc. Ideal for charging laptops, i-phones, etc.