Dometic PerfectPower Modified Sine Wave Inverters
These compact modified sine wave inverters turn 12 volts into 230 volts for running low-power mains devices from your vehicle battery. With overload, overheat & voltage protection.
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Dometic PerfectPower Modified Sine Wave Inverters Information
These compact modified sine wave inverters turn 12 volts into 230 volts for running low-power mains devices from your vehicle battery. The Dometic PerfectPower inverters are built in with overload voltage protection that will shut the inverter down if the voltage is too hig, overheat protection & low voltage protection which will cut power to preserve the battery.
The modified sine wave inverter is a suitable entry level power inverter for less sensitive electrical components such as reading lamps and eltric razors etc.
What is a modified sine wave inverter?
A modifed sine wave inverter produces output power with a 'stepped' curve simulating a pure sine wave. The result is an output voltage of stable amplitude and frequency, which is generally fine for many electronic devices. For more sensitive electronics try the Dometic SinePower DSP-212 Sine Wave Inverter.
How does the Dometic PerfectPower inverters operate?
To operate simply plug the 12 volt 'cigarette' plug into a 12 volt socket and your 230 volt appliance into the UK three pin socket and the inverter will power and charge your device. There is a convienently placed on/off switch on the back with a status LED for indication of use and troubleshooting on the front. These marine power inverters can also be operated from a remote switch, either on your dashboard or link to a switch in the cabin, to improve convience of use.
What protection does the Dometic PerfectPower Inverter provide for my electronics?
The Dometic PerfectPower modified sine wave inverter comes with mounting brackets and on board protection including:
- Overvoltage shutdown: The inverter shuts itself off when the voltage exceeds the cut-off value. It restarts when the voltage returns to the restart value.
- Undervoltage shutdown: The inverter shuts itself off when the voltage sinks below the cut-off value. It restarts when the voltage rises to the restart value.
- Excess temperature shutdown: The inverter switches off when the temperature inside the device or the temperature on the cooling element exceeds a cut-off value. It restarts when the voltage rises to the restart value.
- Overloading and short circuit shutdown: The LED on the inverter indicates an operating fault when an excess load is connected or a short circuit has occurred.
Dometic PerfectPower Modified Sine Wave Inverters Specification
|Input Voltage Range||12v||12v||12v|
|Output Voltage||210-230v AC||210-230v AC||210-230v AC|
|Idle Consumption Zero Load||<0.25A||<0.25A||<0.25A|
|Idle Consumption Stanby Mode||250mA||250mA||250mA|
|Output Frequency||50Hz ± 2Hz||50Hz ± 2Hz||50Hz ± 2Hz|
|Heat Dissipation||Housing & Fan||Housing & Fan||Housing & Fan|
|Ambient Temperature at Operation||0°C to +50°C||0°C to +50°C||0°C to +50°C|
|Low Voltage Alarm||10.8v||10.8v||10.8v|
|Low Voltage Cut-off||10v||10v||10v|
|Overvoltage Circuit Breaker||15.3v||15.3v||15.3v|