in Windsor & Essex County
Battery testers & tools
Commercial & industrial mobile chargers
12, 24, 36, 48, 72 Volt
Ultralights & Onboards
Bluetooth wireless communication for Apple & Android phones and tablets
Onboard & off-board chargers
Lightweight, powerful smart chargers
12, 24, 36, 48 Volt DC to 110 AC
Modified & pure sine wave
24, 36, 48 converted to 12V
Example: 36V golf carts requiring 12V source of power for running lights or horn
Inversion takes DC voltage to AC
Conversion takes higher DC voltage to lower DC voltage for accessory use.
E-Bike & scooters
Greenhouse picking carts
Marine & Power Sport
Standby & stationary
It is important to understand what is the right size of the inverter for you. Before buying an inverter in Windsor and Essex County, here are some things to consider:
Understand your power requirement: This should be the first thing that you should consider before buying an inverter. You should know what electrical appliances, as well as their AC in wattage current draw, (household appliances, lighting, television, etc) you want to operate during a power outage or off-grid applications.
Calculate inverter capacity: Inverter capacity is directly proportional to the total load that you want to support. The formula to calculate this is: total load to be supported divided by the power factor and type of sine wave required.
Be aware of the inverter battery size that you require: Once the inverter sizing has been determined, then you can calculate the DC battery requirements. Reserve capacity in amp hour rating.