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Industrial Power: Four Common Reasons Why Inverters Fail

You invested in power inverters because they play a crucial role in your organization’s operations. You can ill-afford for the equipment to fail and leave other equipment without the DC to AC power inversion it needs to operate efficiently. Unfortunately, this happens many industrial power users each year. That’s... [Read More]

Four Questions to Ask When Evaluating Inverter Manufacturers

One of the helpful things about shopping for an inverter can also be a hindrance: There is no shortage of inverter manufacturers to choose from — and not all of them offer the same types of equipment. If your organization is in the market for a new inverter, answering... [Read More]

Modular Inverters: How to Profit From Swapped Out Inverters

For many users, modular design one of the most helpful inverter features. Modular inverters can be housed in a chassis that holds multiple units, allowing users to scale up or down by adding or removing inverters, while the rest of the units in the chassis remain fully operable. This... [Read More]

Industrial Power: The Importance of Load Capacity for Inverters

If you needed to transport a load that weighed 1,000 pounds, you would use a vehicle that was designed to carry that much weight. The same principle applies to choosing an industrial power inverter to carry, say, a 10,000 watt load. For best results, you should choose an inverter... [Read More]

Inverter Manufacturers: The Advantage of Pre-sale Support

Many customers that purchase products from inverter manufacturers know exactly what they need. They have a good knowledge of inverters and can assess which product to buy. But there are also newly minted facility managers who are preparing to purchase their first inverter, and require assistance with product selection.... [Read More]

Modular Inverters: Eliminate Downtime With Hot Swapping

If industrial inverters play a pivotal role in your facility’s operations, you can ill-afford for inverters to cease functioning while you maintain them, repair them, or swap them out for an upgrade. In these situations, it’s possible to eliminate inverter downtime by using modular inverters. Chassis vs. Stand Alone... [Read More]

Industrial Power Audit: Assessing Your Facility’s Needs

If you’ve ever been randomly audited by the IRS, you know how disheartening it can feel. The analysts search your financial accounts for discrepancies, and they now have programs that can track transactions among money sharing sites, such as PayPal. How does this apply an industrial power audit? In... [Read More]

Selecting Inverter Manufacturers: Frequently Asked Questions

Most companies and organizations that need power inverters focus on the specs of an inverter, not the practices of the company that manufactured it. However, the quality of inverter specs is largely determined by inverter manufacturers. Below are questions that our customers frequently ask regarding inverter manufacturers, and the... [Read More]

Modular Inverters: 4 Harmful Operating Conditions

Industrial grade modular inverters are made to withstand adverse operating conditions. However, some adverse operating conditions and maintenance practices that can harm modular inverters. If you plan to use modular inverters, be on the lookout for the following things that could cause inverter damage that leads to inverter replacement... [Read More]

Industrial Power: Selling Excess Power to a Utility Provider

It’s a scenario that many armchair engineers and professional engineers would like to accomplish: producing excess electricity they can sell to the utility provider ― the entity that oversees the operation and regulation of the electrical grid. Depending on how much excess energy is produced, the operation could become... [Read More]