The use of inverters also has its own unique principles […]
The use of inverters also has its own unique principles. Generally use in accordance with relevant principles, then the life of the inverter can be extended
Principle 1: The DC voltage must be consistent
Each inverter will be marked with the value of the connected DC voltage on its device, such as 12V, 24V, etc. This requires people to choose the corresponding battery voltage when using it. Generally, a 12-volt inverter must be equipped with a 12-volt battery. If a 24 volt battery is used for the 12 volt inverter, it may burn down the relevant components of the inverter and reduce its use cycle.
Principle 2: The output power must be higher than the electrical power
The output power of the inverter must be greater than the power used by the electrical appliance, otherwise various operating failures will occur. In particular, the power required by many current home appliances is very large. It is also necessary to ensure that the output power is greater than the power used by the appliance, so that the appliance can enter a normal state of use, otherwise it will not work because of insufficient power.
Principle 3: The positive and negative poles must be connected correctly
Many people do not look at the positive and negative poles of the wires when connecting the wires of the inverter. In fact, this is wrong, because as long as the positive and negative poles are connected, the inverter can be made to work normally, otherwise it will not provide effective power and electrical products will not work. When this happens, many people think that electrical products are broken and perform various repairs. Therefore, when connecting the positive and negative wires, be sure to distinguish the positive and negative poles clearly.
As long as these three principles are followed properly, the use time of the inverter can be extended to a large extent.