Would you choose pure sine wave or modified sine wave inverter? Which one is better?
Pure sine wave inverter or modified sine wave inverter, which one is better? If it’s used for an ordinary load in your house, you can choose either pattern of them, because most operating of devices do not has vast discrepancy when it runs.
To give you a better understanding of their usage, here’s how they differ:
A pure sine wave inverter is a electronic power device that converts direct current (for instance: storage battery) into alternating current, typically as 220V/50Hz or 110V/60HZ
The output of pure sine wave pattern is the same alternative current as city grid we use in daily, ever better output voltage than grid’s, more pure and stable performance, as it does not have electromagnetic pollution of which existing in power grid.
All waveform of pure sine wave inverter is continuous, with quite stable and good performance during use, no interference sound, such as buzzing or TV noise.
Meanwhile, by providing high-quality alternative current, a pure sine wave inverter can adapt almost all kinds of loads, with its high efficiency and lower loss advantages. In spite of a higher technical requirements and costs it needs, and still precision electronic equipment and inductive/impact loads appliances have to use a pure sine wave one.
Pure sine wave inverters are widely apply in various fields: microcomputer system, telecom system, household, emergency, industrial equipment, military vehicles, medical ambulances, police cars, ships, solar energy and wind power generation fields, and others occasions need for emergency backup power supply or base stations.
And modified sine wave inverter can meet most of our daily electricity requires as well, really quiet, low noise, and high efficiency, so it has became mainstream choose in global markets,
However, modified sine wave inverter is still composed of poly-line, which belongs to the category of square wave, not that good in continuous performance, easy to getting overheat.
And its load capacity is kinda limited, only generate 40%-60% compare to whole rated loads. Normally speaking, no inductive loads is allowed to be connected, otherwise, it may cause an abnormal work to the relevant electronic equipment, and at the worst, it might cause damage to your equipment and shorten the expects lifespan.
Nevertheless, modified sine wave pattern is more suitable for ordinary loads, such as car power inverter, laptop, audio sets, video cameras, digital cameras, printers, various chargers, DVD players, as its price will be more moderate.
To choose a fitted inverter for your own, it gonna be more significance, pure sine wave inverter is more expensive and stable use, modified sine wave inverter is more for common loads, and more affordable. Which one you would like to choose now?
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