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How to Choose a Power Inverter by Eaton

Posted by K.E. Gregoric on Jun 2, 2016 1:36:27 PM

Power inverters are an important tool for fleets, especially commercial long-haul trucks who want to attract and retain drivers despite the current labor shortage. However there are many technical aspects to consider when making this substantial purchase.

Known for their high-quality educational videos, Eaton does a great job of breaking down the essential pieces of this selection process in their "How to choose an inverter" video:

 

 

 

 

 

Waytek carries Cooper Bussmann by Eaton True Sine Power Inverters, designed for the safe and reliable conversion of DC to AC power in commercial trucks, ag. equipment and other on and off-road vehicles.

 

Cooper Bussmann by Eaton Power Inverters feature true sine wave output to power all electrical loads; including sleep apnea machines, tools, motors and other demanding electrical devices. This line of DC to AC power inverters meet SAE and EMC standards and operate in three user-selectable charging profiles: constant current, constant voltage and float mode, optimizing the charge to the battery type on your vehicle - learn more.

 

See our full line of Battery Management products.

 

 


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Topics: How To, Fleet Management, Power Inverters, Eaton


 

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