Inverters convert DC from batteries into AC, to provide power when no mains supply is available.
There are various types of AC that inverters can produce; square wave, modified sine wave (quasi-sine wave) and pure sinewave. Pure sine wave is an exact replication of mains supply in your home and is the only type that you can guarantee will work with all devices that use AC power. Pure sinewave inverters are also the most efficient. The low cost of pure sinewave inverters today means there is no justification for buying square wave or modified sine wave inverters.
All our inverters are pure sinewave output.
Our inverters have many features but the most important to remember is that if left connected and supplying a device - they will not completely deplete a battery as they are all fitted with a low voltage cut-off system. This switches the inverter off when the battery voltage is low and usually provides an alarm to warn you prior to disconnecting.