- Corrosion resistant
- Supplied without fuse
- M10 Screw
The new Sterling Power pure sinus converters are smaller and lighter than those of the previous generation. The new high-efficiency pure sinus inverters will be appreciated for the quality of their output signal, which makes them compatible with all electrical equipment and their ability to accept twice their rated power in order to start equipment requiring a high inrush current (electric motor, etc.). To facilitate their use, a control panel is available as an option. On the other hand, a USB socket is available for charging mobile devices.
This range of converters ranges from 300 to 1600 watts and is available in 12 and 24 volts.
Regardless of the type of habitat or vehicle in which the pure sinus converter will be placed, it should be installed as close as possible to the battery or batteries.
A good section of Titanex HO7-RNF cable should be adapted from the 12v battery to the converter to avoid voltage drops.
In addition, an ANL fuse to protect the autonomous electrical installation and an insulated circuit breaker will be installed to cut the electrical circuit during a prolonged absence and protect the battery from any current leakage.