The vast majority of inverters that are sold in the U.S. are designed for immediate implementation. You can use them as a “drop-in” solution, and quickly install them without disturbing the business process. However, there are also situations in which a readymade inverter should not be implemented due to the customer’s unique electricity conduction needs.

Why use custom inverters?

There are several reasons why a company might choose to have a custom inverter created instead of buying one off the shelf. If your company could benefit from any of the advantages below, consider implementing a custom product from a manufacturer of custom inverters.

Precise Load Support

A large load size in the environment in which the inverter would operate often justifies purchasing a custom inverter. Inverters that lack the necessary load capacity fail to provide great service and often wear out prematurely due to the stress of supporting a larger load than it is designed to handle. A custom product can be designed to support large loads.

Small Product Footprint

In some cases, companies need an inverter that has a smaller than normal footprint. For example, an inverter may need to be installed on a car assembly line in a small space between pieces of manufacturing equipment. Most inverters aren’t sized to fit into this type of space, but a custom inverter can be designed that has a small footprint that increases placement options.

Tough Operating Conditions

Adverse operating conditions in the work environment are a major reason why companies opt for custom inverters, particularly inverters that are Network Equipment-Building System (NEBS) certified. Level 3 NEBS certified inverters are designed to operate under a variety of adverse conditions, including: high moisture, heavy vibration, and airborne contaminants, to name a few.

Lifespan of Equipment

Because custom inverters are specifically designed with the needs of the customer in mind, they can experience a longer lifespan than a non-custom piece of equipment, particularly when they are exposed to adverse conditions in the work environment. If you invest in a custom piece of equipment, there is a good chance that you won’t need to replace it for several years.

Contact Exeltech Today

If your company has been shopping for an inverter and can’t find one that offers the necessary specifications, it may need to invest in a custom product instead of one that is pre-designed and ready to implement right away. The inverter specialists at Exeltech will help you determine what type of equipment you need, and create custom equipment if it is necessary to do so.

For more information about customized inverters and other electricity conduction equipment, contact Exeltech today at (800) 886-4683 to schedule a free consultation, or fill out the contact form on our website. We look forward to helping you find the right inverter for your needs!