Convert 12V/24 V to 220V

A Inverter convert 12V to 220V and it sounds simple. In a way it is, but there are still some things you should consider before choosing your new inverter:

  • Find out how many watts (load) you maximum is going to use from your inverter. My personal recommendation is that you put a margin of min. 20-30% on top off that, as there often shows more equipment up as time goes by.
  • When you convert 12V DC to 230V AC, you will lose some power in the …
    …transformation. So if your appliances can, make them run on 12 volt (or 24 volt).
  • The next is that you must choose between a Pure sine wave (pure sine curves) inverter and a modified sine wave (modified sine curves) inverter. You have to do that, because there are significant differences in what and how well your electrical appliances will operate. If in doubt then you should go with a pure sine wave as it will work with 99,9% of all appliances. Unfortunately, it is also more expensive.

Here is a video that is not particularly well made, but which nevertheless illustrates very well what the difference is:
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You must remember to make sure that your inverter get rigde of heat as it may develop some heat during use. The heat is the loss of energy that happens during the transformation.

Energig’s inverters are selected based on the quality level and a long time durability that we can vouch for.

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