Collection: Pure Sine Wave Inverter

Are you looking for a reliable, efficient, and affordable pure sine wave inverter? Look no further! Our selection of pure sine wave inverters is sure to meet your needs, whether you’re looking for a powerful inverter for your home, business, or camping. With easy online purchase processing, you can have your new pure sine wave inverter delivered to your door in no time. We have the perfect inverter for your power needs and budget – browse our product list and start shopping today!


Q: What size inverter do I need?
A: The size of inverter you need depends on the wattage of the appliances you want to power. Add up the rated power of all the appliances you want to power, and then buy an inverter that is slightly larger than that. However, please note that certain appliances, such as table saws, refrigerators, and microwaves, have surge requirements, which may require a larger inverter.

Q: How to wire batteries in series?
A: To wire batteries in series, first connect the negative terminal of one battery to the positive terminal of the next battery. Then, connect the negative terminal of the last battery to the positive terminal of the first battery. It is important to remember that the voltage of the batteries will add together. For example, if you have two 12 volt batteries, the total voltage would be 24 volts.

Q: Should I choose a modified sine wave or pure sine wave inverter?
A: Pure sine wave inverters have several advantages over modified sine wave inverters, including low harmonic distortion, better performance for inductive loads like motors and microwaves, reduced noise in audio and video equipment, and compatibility with certain electronic devices. If you need to power sensitive equipment or appliances, a pure sine wave inverter is recommended.
Here are some examples of appliances that should be run with a sine wave inverter:
Refrigerators and freezers
Digital devices: including laptops, computers, and smartphones
Medical equipment: including oxygen concentrators, CPAP machines, ventilators and patient monitors.
Audio equipment: including audio equipment, such as amplifiers, mixers, and speakers
Power tools: including drills, saws, and sanders.

Q: What is an overcurrent protection device and why do I need one?
A: An overcurrent protection device, such as a fuse or circuit breaker, is used to prevent damage to your system and ensure your safety in the event of a short circuit. A short circuit can occur when the battery is able to supply a large amount of current, which can damage your equipment, cause a fire. Overcurrent protection devices are typically installed in the positive cable between the inverter and the battery. In the event of a short circuit, a quick-blow fuse or circuit breaker will trip within a few milliseconds, preventing any damage or danger.

Q: Should I use a car battery or a deep-cycle battery with my inverter?
A: For small inverters, most car and marine batteries can provide sufficient power for 30-60 minutes even with the engine off. However, for larger inverters, we recommend using a deep-cycle battery, which can provide several hundred full charge/discharge cycles. If you do not have a deep-cycle battery, we recommend running the engine while operating the inverter.

Q: Why do solar cells need an inverter?
A: Solar cells generate (DC) direct current power, but most household appliances require AC (alternating current) power. An inverter converts the DC power produced by solar cells into AC power that can be used by household appliances.