Hit the road with all the comforts of home this winter. Choose the right inverter to power up all your appliances when you take off in your RV, caravan, 4WD or even your boat.

Inverters convert stored direct current (DC) power in your batteries into alternating power (AC) power, like the kind you get in your home, so you can run your electrical appliances wherever you are. There are two types of inverters. Here’s a basic guide to help you choose the right one for your needs:

Modified sine wave inverters are very affordable, all purpose inverters. Using a more basic form of technology than pure sine wave inverters, they produce power which is perfectly adequate for powering simple electronics. Use modified sine wave inverters to provide power for your less sensitive appliances like phone chargers, heaters and air conditioners. A favourite for off-roaders is the SiNERGEX PureWatts 700.

Pure sine wave inverters use more sophisticated technology to protect even the most sensitive electronics. Pure sine wave inverters produce power which equals – or is better than – the power in your home. Appliances which may not function properly, or which may be permanently damaged, without pure, smooth power will be safe with pure sine inverters. Use these inverters for televisions, laptops, digital microwaves, fridges and other sensitive electronic equipment. SiNERGEX makes a range of top quality pure sine wave inverters including the Pure Sine 1000, 2000 and 3000.

Which inverter should you choose? As a general rule of thumb, Your Total Power Systems Experts at Bainbridge Technologies recommend you invest in a pure sine wave inverter if you’ll be using it regularly and using it to power a range of appliances. A pure sine wave inverter will give peace of mind that your valuable electronic assets will perform as you want them to and won’t be damaged.

Bainbridge Technologies carries an extensive range of inverters, battery chargers and even inverter chargers to suit all power needs and budgets. Check out our range of SiNERGEX inverters at www.baintech.com.au/sinergex, and watch our video below to learn more about the differences between modified and pure sine wave inverters.

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