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Need USA source for 220/240 VAC inverters

Discussion in 'Photovoltaics' started by Charlie, Sep 6, 2006.

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  1. Charlie

    Charlie Guest

    I'm starting some design projects for use overseas and need to find a
    source for 220/240 VAC 50 Hz inverters, preferably a source that has
    both modified and pure sine wave available. (And of course, a
    reasonable price!)

    Thanks in advance for ideas!

  2. Landline

    Landline Guest

    Make sure you check the local regulations in the countries and states within
    the country this equipment may go to. Some countries/states only approve
    electrically isolated inverters, consumers in many countries are now well
    enough educated to stay away from modified square wave. We are hoping under
    the new national regulations in Australia that NON-electrically isolated
    inverters will be totally banned. In Victoria if my memory serves me
    correctly, non-electrically isolated inverters are already banned. Does not
    bother us we only fit electrically isolated inverters and always have done.

    It would be seriously appreciated if you cleaned up your language on this
    forum <g>
    "both modified and pure sine wave" There is no such thing as 'modified sine
    wave' - it is 'modified square wave'.
  3. Guest

    Nah. That's cargo-cult talk. You can modify a sine wave
    into something more like a square wave and vice-versa.

  4. Landline

    Landline Guest

    The Harbin Hopeful would not be legal in some countries.
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