Inverter is a device which changes a direct current voltage from the car accumulator or car ligter into an alternating current ~230V. Exactly the same signal is in every power plug in Europe . Inverter is an excelent choice for everyone who travels by car, camper or a truck. It will be perfect in places without direct access to power plugs.
The device has been designed for the highest comfort of using. The front of the inverter is equipped with a main socket adapted to plugs used in Europe. It also has a USB port, thanks to which we can charge our smartphone, e-book reader or any other device that can be connected via a USB port.
At the back of the inverter there is a fan ensuring proper cooling of the device.
The whole was closed in a small,The whole was closed in a small, yet very durable casing. It is made of high quality aluminum, making it resistant to all mechanical damage and shock during travel. In addition, thanks to the materials used, the inverter is very light.
Parameters that matters
Looking for a converter, pay attention to parameters such as voltage [V] and power [W]. This is crucial because the choice of a converter with a bad input voltage or too low power will not allow our devices to work.
The first parameter to be determined is the voltage of our battery, which should be fully compatible with that given on the inverter. The most common voltage value is 12V, occurring in cars, campers and some trucks, and 24V, mainly used in lorries.
After choosing the voltage, decide what power of converter will be suitable. It has a key aspect, because it tells us how much and what equipment is able to supply electricity to. If we want to connect the selected device to the inverter, we need to check on the nameplate, what power it consumes (if you want to connect a more devices, the powers should be added up). The power taken by your devices should not exceed 85% of the inverter's rated power! For example, for a laptop that consumes 100W of power and a fridge that consumes 300W, the appropriate inverter will be 500W and larger.
Why a pure sine wave?
Selecting a converter with a pure (otherwise full) sinusoid is the safest solution, because it is the same current as in the sockets in Europe. An inverter with such a signal allows you to power all devices, even the most sensitive to current parameters. Choosing a pure sine wave, you do not have to worry about the work of connected devices!
An intelligent fan switches on automatically when the operating temperature exceeds the permissible to ensure the correct temperature of the device. Made of the highest quality materials and perfectly matched to the frame, it ensures uncompromising silence and high performance at the same time.
The inverter has been equipped with a number of necessary protections to protect the user and connected devices. This is confirmed by the CE and RoHS certificates, which mean a guarantee of safety. To ensure maximum safety all Green Cell inverters are equipped with a replaceable fuses, which provides the protection for the inverter and the connected devices. The replacement of the fuse is very simple and should not cause any problems. Spare fuses are included with every inverter to ensure safety of use and as long working life of the device as possible.
Short circuit protection
All you need close at hand
The set includes the most important accessories for safe operation of your device:
|Dimensions with mounting bracket||29,0cm x 18,0cm x 7,7cm|
|Input Voltage||12V DC|
|Output Voltage||230V AC|
|Usable power (continuous)||300W|
|Sine wave type||Pure sine wave|
|Instantaneous power (impulsive)||600W|
|Number of fuses||1|
|No-load power consumption||1A|
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