An inverter is an electronic device that converts DC electricity, which is stored in your batteries, into AC electricity which you use to run typical household appliances such as microwaves, TV’s, computers, lights, etc. There are two types of inverters: modified and pure sine wave.
Due to technological advances made in the electronics industry over the past few years, some appliances such as microwave ovens and TV’s can be very sensitive to the modified sine wave and will not run. You may also notice a buzzing or humming sound coming from the modified sine wave inverter when it is under load. A pure sine wave inverter provides power that is exactly like the power produced by the utility company and therefore capable of running all electronics.
The MS Series Inverter/Charger – A pure sine wave inverter designed specifically for the most demanding mobile and off grid applications. Run your TVs, stereos, plasma screens, and other sensitive electronics without worry. The cost effective pure sine wave inverter/charger provides clean, reliable power with a low total harmonic distortion (THD) of less than 5%.
Magnum Energy’s PFC (Power Factor Corrected) charger is built into all of their inverters. It uses less energy from a generator than a standard charger – using only 15 amps vs. 23 amps.
Off Grid living with a 120/240 volt inverter/charger. It has never been easier or more cost effective!
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The MS-PAE SERIES INVERTER/CHARGER
The MS-PAE 120/240V Series Inverter/Charger from Magnum Energy – A pure sine wave inverter designed specifically for the most demanding renewable energy applications.With this inverter you can run any 240 volt load, such as a well pump. The MS-PAE Series is powerful, easy-to-use, and best of all, cost effective.
No stacking required: The unique design of the MS-PAE Series can provide 120 or 240 volt output in one unit, eliminating the need to stack two units together to get 240 volts.