From the battery bank,the constant DC voltage
is inverted to a sine wave curve that goes above and below 0 volts.
When inverters first came out, the most common way to do this was to make the volatege go straight up and down creating a blocky signal.This called modified sine wave , seen in oreage the image below.
"FAIDEN Eco Generator purposely created to Enhance Malaysia 'Pasar Malam' environment"
It's a modified sinewave
A modified sine wave inverter can be used for simple systems such like LED lighting. Some equipment may seem to be working fine, but may run hotter and reduce the life of it.
Power Calculation :
Battery , 12V 18AH x2 (Series Connection,24V)
=18*24=432 Watt Hour (Wh)
If load is 43.2 watt, 432Wh/43.2=10h
battery will last for 10hours
It's a big Power bank with Ac Output. That's it
We put an inverter to a conventional battery. Then your stall is ready to be bright as you.
Clean green and calm
Battery: Lead Acid 12V 18AH x2
Output: 230 AC(modified sineware)@50 HZ
Input: 12 V DC (solar)/230V AC(Grid)
Charging Time: Approx.10-12hours
UK 3 pin plug with USB socket
Metal body with powder
Over load cut off
Battery low cut off
Battery level indicator