PRLog - Jan. 6, 2010 - The G3 sine wave inverters are produced in a 12, 24 or 36V version and converts DC into 230V AC. The output range from 1000W to 2300W continuous power and can be used to cover energy needs when- and wherever. The sine wave power inverters are custom made to withstand harsh environment, changing temperatures and heavy vibrations and have all been E-marked according to the highest European safety-standards for electronically equipment.
Sine Wave Inverter - Clayton Power G3
The sine wave inverters have a “smooth start-up” technology build in, which automatically switches on, when equipment, with needs of high startup power, is connected.
The sine wave power inverters benefits from a very compact and light weight design which makes the products easier to install. Clayton Power has also developed a “plug n’ play” system in the sine wave inverters with the Neutric technology providing a fast, easy and safe installation of cables.
The G3 sine wave inverter series also contains a version with a combined inverter/charger called a Combi, where the flow can be reversed in a single compact unit, and thus also charge a battery bank. This offers several advantages for off-grid use including a build in UPS (Uninterruptible Power Supply) function.
For full exploitation of the G3 sine wave inverter power solutions, Clayton Power has developed a master/slave BMS (Battery Management System) using the latest in technology to control small or large scale lithium battery banks for optimal power storing. Combining the G3 technology from Clayton Power makes it easy to setup a complete off-grid solution, making it possible to for example store large amounts of energy from alternative energy sources or to build up a traction application for boats or vehicles.
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Clayton Power is founded at the end of the 1990s in Denmark. The company develops and produces a broad range of power products, systems and power solutions, including battery management systems, sine wave inverters, inverter/chargers and controllers.