A power inverter, or inverter, is an electrical power converter that changes direct current (DC) to alternating current (AC); the converted AC can be at any required voltage and frequency.
2. What's The Difference Between 12, 24, And 48 Volt Inverters?
This refers to the input voltage from the battery bank. The main consideration is that at higher voltages the current is less so that you can use smaller wires between your solar panel array and your battery bank.
3. What's The Difference Between A Pure Sine Wave Inverter And A Modified Sine Wave Inverter?
A pure sine wave inverter produces a nearly perfect sine wave output (less than 3% total harmonic distortion) that is essentially the same as utility supplied grid power. Thus it is compatible with all AC electronic devices. A modified sine wave inverter is not as close, but it is still quite satisfactory in most cases.
4. How do we equip an appropriate inverter for battery?
Take a battery with 12V/50AH as an example. Power equal current plus voltage then we know the power of battery is 600W. 12V*50A=600W. So we can choose a 600W power inverter according this theoretical value.