One of the most challenging decisions for your company lies on the shoulders of the person who must select the correct inverters for powered equipment. It may involve power, modular, or sine wave inverters, or perhaps a combination of all three. Use the following items as a guide if you need to explain the process to management or team members. Other important considerations also follow so they get a better understanding of what to know before the decision is made.

What’s special about industrial power inverters? They don’t produce power but divide a present source of power and use what is available from the source of direct current (DC) electricity.

They are designed to convert DC to alternating current (AC) electricity.

The distinct ability of modular inverters to maintain stability within the rigors of industrial settings makes them desirable selections for manufacturing environments.

Verify the devices you select meet the proper Network Equipment Building System Certification requirements. Industrial power inverters are identified by three levels, depending on their purpose.

Level 1 usually covers inverters used for test or general purposes.

Level 2 inverters are appropriate for companies involved with data intelligence.

Level 3 modular inverters are designed for rigorous operating conditions such as those found in extreme industrial settings.

Warranties are Important Features When Considering Products

You already know that inverters are a significant part of your operating budget. That’s why it’s important to look for the best overall warranty before making any purchase. Study the fine print carefully. Never assume you completely understand the entire picture based on what the sales rep says. It’s hard to cover every little exception and exclusion during a conversation. Ask for a printed copy or the web address where you can review it at your leisure. Always be sure you have the most recent version available. The more extensive the warranty, the better coverage your company will experience.

Compare the coverage limit for every type if inverter needed. Warranties range from several months to several years. Next, compare what’s covered by each manufacturer, as well as extended warranties offered by the company with which you do business. Are service, parts, and repair fully covered or are there limits? In nearly every instance, the best choice is the equipment with the most useful benefits and longest amount of coverage.

Ideal Purchasing Options

The above analysis validates the suggestion to purchase industrial sine wave inverters directly from industrial manufacturers. Two other specific advantages are:

1.Save money because there is no vendor markup on the cost.

2.Replacement parts and service are easier (and usually cheaper!) to get when you deal directly with the manufacturer.

Contact Exeltech today to discuss these inverter options and realize the benefits of optimizing your company’s profit and productivity.