Pure sine wave inverters go through a lot while providing power to your equipment during power outages. They thus help minimize downtime and prevent untoward and unannounced accidents and damage to your equipment.

This prolonged exposure to these power outages, especially in industrial applications, can take a toll on your industrial power inverters with time.

Helps defines the inverter’s actual condition

This is the reason inverters need to be periodically checked, and maintained just like your HVAC system. Infrared scanning is one of the tests conducted to find out more about the inverter’s condition. Read on to find out how.

Infrared scanning has to be part of your regular maintenance. This is why it is important that you do not neglect your regular maintenance schedule. Inverters too can suffer from minor internal problems that hamper their working ability. You need to make it a habit to have your modular inverters periodically maintained by the manufacturer, or a third-party service provider.

Ensures connections are safe and intact

Their inspection routine involves checking, and ensuring all of the inverters’ connections are safe and intact with the necessary connecting wires. This goes a long way t prevent any possible future downtime.

Helps identify faulty inverter parts

An infrared scanning or inspection is also an important part of their routine maintenance schedule. This is because it helps locate any modular inverter parts that may be faulty and need repair or replacement.

This helps prolong the life of your industrial power inverters because, like they say, a stitch in time saves nine. Experienced infrared technicians will notice any problems, and take the necessary preventive and repair measures in time to prevent the problem from worsening.