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Inverters For Sale in South Africa

Solar energy increases national and household energy security and independence while providing long-term, steady returns on investment. Solar panels are a miraculously simple and cost-effective answer to many of the world’s most pressing problems, from climate change to unemployment.

The economic urge to invest in solar panels is increasing greater as solar installation costs decrease and fossil fuel prices rise. Solar photovoltaic panels (PV) can recoup their initial investment expenditures over the course of their 20- to 25-year lifespan.

In a Solar Power or Load Shedding Kit, the inverter is a crucial component.


What Exactly is an Inverter?

To use the energy stored in external batteries to power your home’s electrical systems, you’ll need an inverter. It operates by changing the voltage from direct current (DC) to alternating current (AC), which is what is needed for the wide variety of household appliances in use throughout South Africa.

The electric charge DC only flows in one direction. AC electricity, on the other hand, alternates the direction of its flow at regular intervals. Since the current in AC circuits alternates direction frequently, so does the voltage.

Inverters monitor your system’s safety, keep track of your production, and shut down the equipment if necessary to prevent any damage.


What Kinds of Waves Can an Inverter Produce?

The waveforms produced by inverters are used to categorise the devices. There are three different types of waves: pure sine, modified sine, and square. The square wave is the least expensive but also provides the lowest quality power. Modified waves are preferred because they produce somewhat better power. These are most suited for use with common appliances and gadgets around the house.

The true sine wave is the optimal waveform for an inverter. Despite its high cost, it is frequently used in high-end audio devices, laser printers, and medical machinery. They are also utilised with grid-tied inverters and in grid-tied equipment.


Hybrid Inverters

Because of its many advantages, the hybrid inverter has become the product with the highest demand in the industry. The DC electricity generated by your solar panels or stored in your solar batteries can be converted to the more widely used and convenient AC current with these inverters.

Using them will reduce your monthly electricity costs with minimal effort on your part. Tracking your energy usage is simple with a Hybrid Solar Inverter, which provides valuable insight into how to get the most out of your solar investment.


Why Choose Us for Your Next Inverter?

Our team will assist you in taking the first step towards being energy savvy and reducing your costs by conducting an energy audit to determine your energy requirements and usage so that we can offer you an energy system that will keep your business / home operational. Whether it is to help you save money on energy costs or to provide a much-needed backup power solution.

Our service continues after the transaction. In addition to providing energy backup supply, we also provide expert installation and comprehensive commissioning to ensure a seamless transition to backup power. To mitigate risk at all times, we perform routine system maintenance, provide exclusive industry insights, and provide advanced remote monitoring and control of your energy backup, including load monitoring and status reports. This ensures that you are maximising your energy reserve system while protecting your valuable equipment.

We realise the financial constraints faced by industries, as well as their need for a constant power supply. As a result, our zero CAPEX, off balance sheet, industry-leading renting solution is the ideal alternative for all of our clients.



What Kinds of Emergency Power Systems Need Inverters?

Inverters are a necessary part of any power system, however when shopping for a secondary source of electricity, they can be sold separately. Load shedding inverters come in a variety of forms, so it’s vital to research your options before making a purchase.

Each system has its own advantages and disadvantages, power requirements, and lifespan.


Electricity Storage for Solar Panels

Depending on the type of solar system you get, it’s not uncommon for the inverter to be grid-connected. Going entirely off-grid with a solar system requires a solar inverter designed for that purpose. These inverters transform the power generated by solar panels into electricity that can be used indoors.

When the sun is out, solar panels can supplement your electricity supply by feeding excess energy back into the grid. A solar battery would allow this energy to be stored for later use. The majority of setups include a solar battery, but you could construct a whole bank of them if you wanted to.


Power Bank or Back-Up Battery

The alternative is to buy a battery and an inverter to provide power. How long and what can be powered depend on the batteries you use. A power bank consists of multiple batteries that work together to provide extra juice for bigger electrical demands, such those of a larger home or a commercial establishment.


Which Inverter Size Should You Get?

The size is completely dependant on the load. You may figure it out by adding up the total amount of electricity needed by each gadget. Keep in mind the difference between low-load necessities and high-load appliances like stoves, pumps, geysers, and kettles.

The size of the inverter you’ll need is determined by how many watts (or amps) the appliance or piece of equipment you wish to power consumes. You can typically find  this information on the appliance’s specification plate or in the user manual. Check with the appliance manufacturer if you can’t get this info. You need to know not only the peak/surge rating in watts or amps, but also the continuous rating. It is impossible to make any more calculations without this data.

Power inverters have two ratings: continuous and peak or surge. The inverter’s peak/surge power is the maximum amount of energy it can supply for a brief time period, typically during the equipment’s or appliance’s startup, whereas the inverter’s continuous power is the maximum amount of energy it can support indefinitely. Many appliances, including air conditioners, refrigerators, freezers, pumps, etc., are powered by induction motors, which can experience a start-up peak/surge of three to seven times their continuous rating.

The capacity of the backup system can be compared to the total power requirements of everything you want to keep running during loadshedding. The rating of the backup system you purchase should be lower than your peak power needs.