Most companies and organizations that buy industrial power inverters can easily afford the purchase. But who wouldn’t like to save money on the purchase to add to the bottom line? If you’re in the market for industrial power inverters, check out the cost saving tips below. They’ll help you get the inverter capacity you need for a competitive price.
1. Evaluate Stock Models First
Custom models are a great option because they’re tailored to your needs, delivering excellent reliability that supports productivity. However, because custom equipment is manufactured on request, it typically costs a bit more than stock equipment. Before you order a custom model, see if you can find a stock model that meets your requirements.
2. Consider the Benefits of Modular Inverters
A modular inverter assembly in which multiple inverters are housed in the same chassis can deliver long-term cost savings. Instead of purchasing a new solution whenever you need to scale up, simply purchase additional inverters that comply with the chassis, and slide them into open slots. Over years, modular inverters can save thousands of dollars in equipment expense.
3. Anticipate Future Power Needs
If your inverter needs are static, have been that way for a while, and won’t foreseeably change, anticipating future power needs may not be necessary. If your inverter needs could change, then it’s time to identify solutions that could accommodate your evolving needs. In this situation, using a modular inverter assembly would be a good option due to the scalability it offers.
4. Calculate Maintenance Expense
Your inverters will be serviced in one of three capacities: The original equipment manufacturer (OEM) will provide maintenance, maintenance will be performed in-house, or a third party service provider will address maintenance needs. OEM maintenance is often the most expensive of the three, followed by using a third party and performing maintenance in-house, respectively.
About Our Company
Exeltech has over 25 years of experience in manufacturing stock and custom industrial power inverters. Our equipment comes with a one-year warranty and offers special certifications that may be necessary for your application (i.e., RoHS, NEBS, and TUV – TL9000). Regardless of your application, we can provide industrial power inverters that flawlessly address your needs.
To get your inverters, order straight from our online store, call us at (800) 886-4683, or reach out to us through our contact form. We look forward to putting our experience and expertise to work for your inverter needs!