The Green Cell converter from 12V to 230V with a pure sinusoidal has the same output voltage as the home power network voltage. Achieving a clean run requires complex system solutions in the device, thanks to which we gain the possibility of connecting to it wider range of devices. The converter allows to power electrical devices in places where we do not have access to an electrical outlet. For its operation it requires the power supply in the form of a batteryó or a car cigarette lighter socket.
Note: for car cigarette lighter sockets there is a power limit, usually to 150W. Before connecting your device to the inverter, check its power. To móc get higher power, use the battery connection cables included.
The Green CellVoltage converter allows you to connect a wide range of electrical devices, adapted to the home/network supply. Thanks to pure sinewood, we can connect virtually any device to the inverter. Thanks to the voltage compatible with the home, the mains socket will supply ró also inductive or capacitive devices such as: washing machines, iceówki, CO pumps, air conditioners, microwaveówki, power supplies with active PFC filter.
Performance to check the power of the device or devices that we want to connect to the inverter before buying it in order to select the correct model. This is the most important parameter when buying. It is assumed that the power of the connected devices is a maximum of 85% of the rated power of the inverter.
|Basic technical parameters|
|Output voltage shape:||Modified|
|Fuse value [A]||30|
|Number of fuses||4|
|no-load current consumption [A]||0,7|
|Dimensions||8cm x 13,5cm x 29cm|
In order to correctly select the power, the total power consumption must be calculated for all connected devices. It is important that their total power is up to 85% of the rated power of the units.
The active power parameter is important - in this case the ideal solution will be a 300W model.
This is the value that the inverter is able to deliver in the event of a few seconds of peak power consumption, caused, for example, by starting the motor.