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Inverters increase or decrease voltage to provide the correct operating voltage for a device. Inverters come in various types because not every device operates on the same voltage. By using an inverter, you can use your household appliances on the 12-volt power system of your motorhome or boat, or use your 12-volt appliances when connected to the camping site's power supply.
A pure sine wave inverter delivers a clean power supply to devices, which is crucial for sensitive equipment. Without a pure sine wave, certain devices may experience malfunctions. Examples include laptops, coffee makers, and battery chargers. Typically, devices with sensitive electrical technology require a pure sine wave. A pure sine wave inverter delivers power in the same way as a home electrical system. The pure sine wave is also known as a pure wave. Pure wave inverters that utilize this technology are often more expensive than the "normal" modified sine wave inverters.
Consider the following factors when purchasing an inverter or inverter charger. It's essential to know these details to ensure the inverter meets your expectations.
If you're unsure whether you need a pure sine wave inverter or if you're uncertain if the available inverters are suitable for your specific needs, feel free to ask us!
There are plenty of devices you use at home that you'd like to bring along in your motorhome. Examples include cameras, laptops, and even coffee makers. However, these devices don't operate on 12 volts alone. With a motorhome inverter, you can charge and use these devices wherever you go with your motorhome. Most motorhomes have one or more leisure batteries. These batteries are separate from the starter battery and are better suited for powering devices. This setup often allows you to connect an inverter with higher power output. Just remember to protect the battery from complete discharge.
In motorhomes, inverters are typically connected to the cigarette lighter socket, drawing power from the motorhome's starter battery. It is recommended to use a low-power inverter in the motorhome to avoid the risk of draining the starter battery. Additionally, the 12-volt socket that is standard in motorhomes is not designed to handle heavy loads.
If you want to use household appliances in your motorhome or caravan without relying on a fixed power supply, you need a 12V to 230V inverter. This inverter converts the low voltage from the battery into the 230-volt power supply required for home appliances to function.
Conversely, it is also possible to convert power from 230 volts to 12 volts. This allows you to use your 12-volt devices when connected to the camping site's fixed power supply.
If you're looking for a solar panel inverter, you can find them among our charge controllers. These inverters ensure that the power generated by the solar panels is converted to the appropriate voltage for optimal charging of the battery in your motorhome or caravan.