SEC UK Inverters

A Power Inverter changes direct current (DC) power from a battery, usually 12V or 24V, into conventional mains alternating current (AC) power at 230V (Or 110V). This means that you can use an Inverter to operate all kinds of devices; kitchen appliances, lights, power tools, radios, TV’s, computers and much more.

The inverter draws its power from a 12V or 24V battery (preferably deep-cycle), or several batteries wired in parallel. The battery will need to be recharged as the power is drawn out of it by the inverter. The battery can be recharged by running the car or lorry motor or a generator, solar panels or wind turbine. Or you can use a battery charger plugged into an AC outlet to recharge the battery.

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Summary of Inverter Range

SEC UK - Pure Sine - Wave Inverters

SEC UK Pure Sine-Wave Inverters provide exceptional output using a more sophisticated design, this is in order to simulate the smooth output of standard mains power. As most electrical products are designed to be powered by mains, pure sine-wave inverters are suitable for 99% of all applications, especially motorised devices where it is proven that pure sine-wave power will lengthen the products lifetime and run much quieter.

PSI Inverters come in many options from 500 watts up to 5000 watts. If you’re unsure which Inverter is suitable for your application, get in touch with our technical and sales team for advice.

SEC UK Modified - Wave Inverters

SEC UK Modified Wave inverters are a lower cost alternative to Pure Sine-Wave inverters as they do not require the sophisticated system needed to smooth and render the output waveform. The only down side is that a modified sine-wave introduces harmonic distortion to inductive and any audio equipment. This is generally caused by the harsh ‘on and off’ phase changing in voltage, however they are still suitable for lights, TV’s, microwave ovens and some tools.

We pride ourselves on the supply of the correct battery at a competitive price to meet customer requirements from a range of battery types and chemistries. SEC UK’s engineering background means that we take both the application and design requirements into account to meet the desired specification and can offer either “off the shelf” solutions or something more bespoke, including assistance with the design of battery packs and battery banks.

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