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Discover our diverse range of Battery Inverter Chargers, the comprehensive power solution for off-grid living, tiny homes, industrial projects, and caravans. These devices offer a combined service of a battery charger and an inverter, delivering versatile and efficient power management.
Efficiency and Versatility in Power Management
Our Battery Inverter Chargers are perfect for those seeking an all-in-one power management solution. Whether you're living off-grid, in a tiny home, or desiging an industrial project, these units efficiently convert DC power from a battery into AC power for operating various appliances, all while charging the battery when AC power is available.
Robust and Reliable Battery Inverter Chargers
Featuring high-quality components, our Battery Inverter Chargers are robust and reliable, designed to withstand the demands of regular usage. Their multiple protection features ensure the safety of your battery and connected devices, making them ideal for mobile homes and caravans. Don't compromise on quality and risk the safety of your power supply
Durability and High Performance
Our Battery Inverter Chargers are designed for longevity and consistent high performance. With built-in protective features, they ensure optimal operation under various conditions, making them an invaluable power management solution for off-grid living, mobile homes, and industrial applications.
Find the Perfect Inverter Charger for Your Needs
From compact units for small-scale tiny homes to high-capacity models for larger industrial projects, we have a Battery Inverter Charger to suit your requirements. Browse our selection today and find the ideal solution for your off-grid, tiny home, industrial project, or caravan power needs.
What is an inverter-charger?
An inverter charger is a device that combines an inverter and a charger in a single unit. The inverter function converts DC (Direct Current) power from your batteries into AC (Alternating Current) power to run your appliances and devices. The charger function replenishes the batteries when connected to an AC power source or a generator, ensuring they're topped up and ready for use.
How does an inverter-charger work?
An inverter charger functions as a two-way street. As an inverter, it converts DC power stored in your batteries to 240V AC power for use in your electrical appliances. When connected to an AC source like the grid or a generator, it reverses this process and acts as a charger, converting the AC power back to DC to recharge the batteries, maintaining their state of charge and readiness for use.
Can I use an inverter-charger with a lithium battery?
Yes, you can use an inverter charger with a lithium battery. However, it's crucial to ensure that the charger's settings are correctly configured for a lithium battery. Lithium batteries have different charging requirements compared to traditional lead-acid batteries, and improper charging can lead to reduced battery life or even damage. We recommend choosing an inverter charger with a programmable charging profile suitable for lithium batteries.
What are the advantages of an inverter-charger?
An inverter-charger comes with several advantages that make it a superior choice for many power applications. First, they offer more features than standard inverters or chargers alone, such as an uninterruptible power supply (UPS) function that ensures a smooth, continuous power supply during power interruptions or fluctuations. Additionally, inverter-chargers typically provide a higher charge rate, meaning they can charge your batteries more quickly. This feature is particularly beneficial in settings where you rely heavily on battery power and need quick recharging to maintain your operations. Perhaps the most significant benefit of inverter-chargers is their compact design. Because most units use the same transformer for both AC to DC and DC to AC conversion, they can save considerable space and weight. This efficiency makes them an ideal choice for applications like RVs, boats, or other situations where space and weight are critical considerations.