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Mon, Feb 11th 2013

Waeco Inverters - Mainspower from your battery

It makes sense to have a 230-volt socket onboard your recreational vehicle, Holiday enjoyment also means being able to use the electrical gadgets you are use at home. They work on 230-volt alternating current, however, which makes them incompatible with 12-volt or 24-volt onboard circuits.

Unless a WAECO inverter has been connected in-between. It converts the 12-volt or 24-volt direct current to the required 230-volt alternating current.

The WAECO inverter programme is just as varied as the applications at hand. It accounts for all your needs – regardless of whether you “just” want a lowpriced,
compact unit to run your laptop from, or a high performance sine wave inverter for your microwave oven or professional coffeemaker.

Inverter or sine wave inverter?
Which inverter is the right one depends on the type and power rating of the appliance to be connected. The low-priced WAECO PerfectPower inverters generate a sinusoidal output voltage – sufficient for all electric consumers with a wide input voltage range, such as hairdryers and vacuum cleaners.

Sensitive high-tech appliances, including electric toothbrushes, require a pure sine wave voltage, just like from the home power socket. Fluctuations in the voltage supply may cause failure or even damage to them. WAECO SinePower sine wave inverters make sure that won’t happen. The deliver a stable 230-volt input voltage,
ensuring everything runs smoothly on board.

Power of important appliances

Razor 10 watts.
Receiver 20 watts.
Satellite antenna 20 watts.
DVD player with display 30 watts.
Mobile phone charger 30 watts.
Nintendo Game Cube 40 watts.
Baby bottle warmer 80 watts.
TV-set, 55 cm screen 85 watts.
Laptop mains adapter 75–110 watts.
Microsoft X-Box 100 watts.
Coffeemaker 1,250 watts.
Hairdryer 1,500 watts.
Vacuum cleaner 1,500 watts.

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