Inverter Maintenance: Inverter Manufacturers vs. Third Parties

Compared to many types of complex electrical equipment, industrial power inverters are fairly easy to maintain. Remove a few screws and lift away the rigid equipment housing, and you have a relatively small piece of equipment you can place on a tabletop to perform the maintenance operation. However, while... [Read More]

Modular Inverters: A Scalable Solution for Small Business

If you run a small business that needs an inverter, and the expansion of your business will eventually require additional inverters, you have two options for scaling up: add new inverters independently, as the need arises; or scale up using modular inverters that are housed in a central chassis,... [Read More]

Common Mistakes When Installing Inverters

Industrial power inverters have a straightforward purpose, but there are several mistakes users can make when installing the equipment. Below, we take a look at four of the most common of these mistakes. As you’ll see, by simply taking your time with the installation process and using common sense,... [Read More]

4 Simple Ways to Tell Inverter Manufacturers Apart

There are hundreds of inverter manufacturers in the U.S. alone, and they all manufacture power inverters. Is there a difference between the companies, or do they simply saturate the inverter market and try to mop up as many sales as possible? As it turns out, there are quite a... [Read More]

4 Reasons for Imperfect Part Fitment With Modular Inverters

The phrase “perfect parts fitment” refers to equipment whose parts are in precisely the correct position, right down to the smallest unit of part fitment measurement. When you order modular inverters from Exeltech, every component of the equipment is positioned as it should be. But how do you make... [Read More]

Can You Sell Surplus Industrial Power to the Electric Company?

Each month, your organization receives a utility bill from the electric company. Wouldn’t it be nice to receive a check instead? Hypothetically, that’s what can happen when you generate surplus electricity, and form a contract with the electric company to buy the power. The federal government requires utilities in... [Read More]

The Importance of NEBS Level 3 Certification

Some inverter manufacturers produce inverters for environments that don’t involve adverse operating conditions. At organizations large and small, you’ll find inverters in places such as electrical closets, along production lines, in data center workstations (where they connect to uninterruptible power supplies), and other areas that don’t put a significant... [Read More]

Maintaining Modular Inverters: Is IPA a Good Solvent?

Modular inverters are reminiscent to blade servers you slip into a large chassis that has multiple server slots. As with servers, one of the main benefits of deploying modular inverters on this model is they can be inserted in the chassis to scale up capacity. Instead of buying a... [Read More]

Tips for Assessing Inverter Reliability

Wouldn’t it be nice to know that your trusty industrial power inverter was about to experience a failure, and correct the problem before the inverter crashed? Using the four industrial power inverter assessment strategies below can help you do exactly this. However, before you use any of these strategies... [Read More]

Evaluating Inverter Manufacturers

When we’re shopping for something, we often like to choose between multiple offers from different manufacturers, or at least multiple choices from a single manufacturer. However, when the choices number in the hundreds, the multitude of options can feel overwhelming. This often happens when organizations set out to evaluate... [Read More]