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DC to AC Power: Why is AC Used Instead of DC?

Two types of electrical current can be used to power electrical equipment: Direct Current (DC), which is characterized by the unidirectional flow of an electrical charge; and Alternating Current (AC), which is characterized by an electrical charge that can reverse...

NEBS Certifications and What They Mean

Network Equipment-Building System (NEBS) certifications were developed by Bell Labs in the 1970s. One of the main goals of the certifications was to standardize electricity conduction equipment, such as power inverters, that is used in Regional Bell Operating Centers...

Tips for Buying True Sine Wave Inverters Economically

For companies and organizations that are committed to cutting costs to bolster the bottom line, buying industrial grade true sine wave inverters and acquiring them economically can be a delicate balance. It makes no sense to purchase low-price, low-capacity equipment...