Sine wave power inverters are designed for various applications, but all inverters can be lumped into one of two categories: stock inverters that are designed with a broad range of user requirements in mind, and custom inverters that are tailored to address specific requirements. Sine wave power inverters can be customized in several ways. In this entry, we offer a brief overview of how custom equipment housing for inverters can positively impact their operation.
1. Protects Against Damage From Impact
Industrial grade sine wave inverters typically come with rigid equipment housing that’s capable of receiving multiple pounds of impact without damaging internal components. However, even the standard, rugged housing may not provide sufficient protection in some work environments, particularly ones that feature hard hat areas, where objects of significant weight could unexpectedly fall. Inverter equipment housing can be reinforced to withstand the heavy impact.
2. Protects Parts From Particulate Buildup
Industrial environments — particularly ones where products are manufactured — often have a high level of airborne particulates that can work their way past conventional inverter housing and collect on parts essential to the operation of the equipment, such as electrical contacts. Customized inverter housing that is tight at the seams can eliminate the threat of particulate buildup from wood dust, infinitesimal metal shavings, fibers from cutting packaging, etc.
3. Makes Inverters Operate With Less Sound
Most industrial grade inverters operate relatively quietly to begin with. However, in environments where noise must be kept at the lowest level possible, such as inside certain types of hospital recovery units, outfitting an inverter with soundproof housing can be just what the doctor ordered. If you need to minimize sound in the inverter’s operating environment, this type of housing can make all the difference.
4. Eliminates Avoidable Maintenance Issues
Like many other types of electrical equipment, inverters must receive maintenance on a set schedule in order to maintain peak performance. When robust equipment housing is in place, maintenance is primarily limited to the components inside the inverter, as the housing largely prevents maintenance needs that result from heavy impact to the inverter unit or accretions of particulate matter on internal components.
Need Custom Sine Wave Power Inverters?
If so, one of your requirements may be for the equipment to have special housing that delivers the advantages above, among others. Because we specialize in producing custom sine wave power inverters in addition to stock inverters, we have the capability to create practically any type of equipment shell you need. To get started on receiving a customized inverter, call us today at (800) 886-4683, or use the contact form on our website. Our inverter specialists are here to help.