Pure sine wave inverters - also called
true sine wave produce the closest
to a pure sine wave of all the power inverters
and in many cases produces cleaner power than the utility
company itself. With its "perfect" sine wave
output, the power produced by the inverter fully assures
that your sensitive loads will be correctly
powered, with no interference. Pure sine wave inverters
will run practically any type of AC
equipment and are a must for sensitive electrical or
electronic items such as medical equipment, digital
music amplifiers, higher end televisions and laser printers.
Power inverters convert 12V DC
power from your renewable energy source into 240V
AC power that is needed for running appliances,
such as hair dryers, televisions and more.
Power inverters are an ideal source of portable mains
power. Being compact and portable, power inverters can
be used in cars, caravans, boats, 4WDs and trucks. Using
a power inverter for household appliances is a much
cheaper option than purchasing specialized 12V
appliances for those times when mains power
is not available. Compared to generators, power inverters
are a greener and cheaper long term option.
A pure sine wave inverter is not only critical for the
correct functioning of high end electronic equipment,
it will also ensure that all your appliances run more
smoothly, producing less heat and noise.
• Mains power wherever you are
• Prevents crashes in computers, corrupt printouts
and monitor flicker
• Pure sine wave output with lower harmonic distortion
• High efficiency, allowing you to run more devices
and for longer
• Suitable for power tools and delicate electronic
Being able to correctly choose the right size inverter
for your need is an important consideration. To determine
the power requirement to run your appliances use this
Volts x Amps = Watts
An example of this would be a small microwave that
according to the back panel could draw 5.5 amps to
operate effectively would require an inverter of at
least 1320 watts (240 x 5.5 = 1320).
iSustain Australia offers a wide
range of inverters to meet your specific application.
When choosing an inverter you should consider the
1. The total wattage of connected devices should not
exceed the model's continuous wattage rating.
2. The number of connected items of equipment to determine
how many outlets are required.
3. The application to help you choose the proper type
of inverter or inverter/charger.