1. What is a battery inverter?
Renogy Pure Sine Wave Inverters are available in different sizes and power an
array of ranges to suit just about any application. They deliver superior
performance for off-grid applications, providing stable power for applications
that are sensitive to AC voltage variations. We offer 12V Renogy Pure Sine Wave
Inverters from 700W-3000W and are typically used in RV, Boat, and Cabin
2. Do I need an Inverter with my solar system?
You will require an Inverter If you plan to power A/C or 120-volt loads. These
electrical components need to be connected to an A/C outlet
3. What size Inverter do I need?
We recommend adding up the rated watts of the loads that you intend to run at
the same time.
For example, if you will be using 3-loads such as a fan, an LED light and a
water pump and these loads add up to a total wattage consumption of 600-watts
per hour we would recommend a 1,000-watt inverter.
4. Where should the inverter be mounted?
We recommend mounting the inverter within 5 feet of the batteries to limit any
Please keep in mind that if you will be powering A/C loads it is important to take the
rated watts of each load and divide it by the operational voltage of your battery bank.
For example, a 200-watt A/C load divided by 12-volts equals an hourly amperage
consumption of 16-17 amps per hour. You can now take the amperage consumption (16-17
amps) and multiply it by your load's approximate runtime and this will equal the
necessary amount of amp hours. 17 amps multiplied by a runtime of 2 hours equals 34