Inverter manufacturer in Europe provides 230V energy everywhere
German industries and American military are using vehicles with a 230 (220) volt power supply without mains connection. The G3 Sine Wave Inverter from the Danish mobile energy company Clayton Power makes it possible.
In Germany ambulances and industrial vehicles make use of the G3 Sine Wave Inverter.
IBAK, producer of sewer inspection vehicles, is just one of the companies that use a power system with lithium batteries and inverters from Clayton Power. Representative Werner Paulsen explains: “Our vehicles have very high energy requirements for powering cameras, winches, and IT equipment simultaneously. We apply new, efficient technology in the vehicles in which batteries and inverters make up a 12/24 and 230 volt power system.”
Clayton Power has developed a combined inverter and charger, the G3 Combi Inverter/Charger which further increases power flexibility. The switch between inverter and charger function takes 10 milliseconds, making it suitable for emergency power and backup systems.
On missions in Afghanistan, American military uses the Danish inverter/charger
The inverter/charger is used for classified equipment in the American Hummer four-wheel drives. “All our sine wave inverters and inverter/chargers are put through a 15 minute test to make sure they live up to our standards of quality,” explains Janick Lauenborg from Clayton Power. He adds: “Our inverters and lithium batteries make up a strong system for mobile energy, and it is important that we maintain our high quality and competitive performance.”
The compact 230V sine wave inverters and inverter/chargers come in 12V and 24V editions providing outputs ranging from 1000W to 2300W. They are also well suited for boats, campers, cabins, and more.
Find your nearest distributor on Clayton Power´s webpage: http://www.claytonpower.com/
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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 lithium ion batteries, battery management systems, sine wave inverters, inverter/chargers and controllers. Industries: Automotive, Industrial, Maritime, Military and Renewable Energy.