Most organizations that use inverters purchase equipment that has already been manufactured. However, there are also times when readymade inverters don’t meet the customer’s needs. In these cases, having a provider of electricity conduction equipment manufacture a custom inverter is often the best option. For companies that need a custom inverter, there are several advantages that come with using a custom made product; this blog offers up four of them.
Long Product Lifespan
An inverter that is uniquely designed for its application often has a longer lifespan and experiences fewer technical problems than an inverter that isn’t a good fit. To minimize the cost of maintenance and repairs, it is essential to choose a custom product if one is necessary.
Long-Term Cost Reduction
As mentioned above, using a custom inverter when one is indeed necessary can minimize the cost of owning the equipment. As long as the hardware is properly designed for its application, performing scheduled maintenance on the equipment should be sufficient to prevent most repairs.
Better Operation of Electronics
In some cases, a custom product is needed to support an operating environment that has a heavy electrical load (e.g., >50,000 watts). When an inverter that can’t carry the load is implemented, it may prematurely fail during service, and compromise the function of other electronics in the operating environment.
Ability to Focus on Core Functions
Using an inverter that is uniquely designed for its application allows the customer to focus on core business functions without worrying about how the equipment will perform. As stated above, as long as scheduled maintenance is performed, the device should remain largely problem-free.
Contact Exeltech Today
If you think that your organization may need a custom inverter, Exeltech will help you determine whether a custom product is indeed required, and what specifications the equipment should have if it is needed. We have 25 years of experience in providing custom inverters to a variety of companies in numerous industries. For assistance with the inverter selection process, call us today at (800) 886-4683, or use our contact form. We look forward to speaking with you!