Inverter generators can provide clean, quiet power for recreation, work, or emergencies. Inverters can supply you with power as clean as the type you get from the outlets in your home.
Maxpeedingrods's Inverter generators are suitable for outdoor camping / camping, outdoor party, garden courtyard, outdoor wedding, RV travel, emergency use of family power failure in extreme weather, etc.
What is an Inverter Generator?
Inverter generators produce electricity in a ‘pure sine wave’ format – that is, in continuous smooth waves. Conventional generator technology delivers power in choppier square waves. Inverter generators produce power in three stages – high-frequency AC (alternating current), DC (direct current) and stable AC. This differs from standard conventional generators, which only produce AC electricity. Conventional portable generators deliver higher output than the inverter types. However, the result you get from inverter technology is a cleaner power delivery that adjusts up and down according to load, with minimal harmonic distortion. This makes inverter generators very suitable for sensitive devices like mobile phones, LED televisions, audio equipment and laptops, as they prevent overheating and overload. The lower output of inverter generators can also be doubled by connecting two generators through a parallel connection.
The main difference between a generator and an inverter
When compared to conventional portable generators, inverter units provide the following benefits: Less distortion due to cleaner voltage. Greater fuel efficiency due to lower fuel requirements. Lower carbon emissions, making them more eco-friendly. Smaller size and lighter weight, making them easy to transport. Quieter operation. In terms of purchase cost, inverter generators tend to be pricier than conventional ones in the same power range, due to their more complex technology. However, this can be offset by their lower operating costs and other benefits.
What equipment can inverter generators run?
A 2,000-watt inverter generator can run a range of recreational and household appliances. Here are some examples: Recreational – caravan air conditioner, camping fridge, toaster, TV, laptop, coffee machine, barbecue. Household – fridge, toaster, TV, ceiling fan, laptop, coffee machine, toaster, vacuum cleaner, small power tools. Because of their additional capacity, a 3,000-watt inverter generator can run the above plus some extras – e.g. kettle, microwave and / or small heater. A 5500 watt generator provides approximately 45 amps in case of 120 volts or 23 amps in case of 240 volts. Just don’t expect to run your whole house on this machine simultaneously, this 5500 watt generator is capable of meeting almost all your need.