The need for power (electricity) cannot be overemphasized. Almost everything we use and do requires electricity. From basic household use with our electronics such as television, home theatres, DVD players, air conditioners, to large and small household home and kitchen appliances like the refrigerators and freezers, washing machines, electric cookers and hot plates, pressing irons, blenders, light fixtures, laptops and phone, among a host of other appliances.
Power is also essential for industrial use- production companies, efficient running of businesses, organizations, and schools, in the theatre for surgery and other analysis like chemotherapy, dialysis, in medical and industrial laboratories etc.
What is an Inverter?
An inverter is an electrical device which converts DC voltage, almost always from batteries, into standard household AC voltage so that it is able to be used by common appliances. In summary, an inverter converts direct current into alternating current. Direct current is used in many of the small electrical equipment such as solar power systems since solar cells are only able to produce DC. Inverters are also used in places where a small amount of voltage is to be used or produced such as power batteries which produce only DC.
Benefits of inverters
Although power inverters have huge purchase cost, the recurrent cost is low. In the long run, inverters are cheaper than generators especially when an alternative source of power is greatly relied on.
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