Basic knowledge of using inverter in RV
Mar 08, 2022
Whether the RV needs to be equipped with an inverter depends on the size of the power used on the car. Most of today's RVs are equipped with 12V batteries. This small battery can only support the operation of low-power appliances, such as LED lights and exhaust fans. But most RVs are used for long-distance travel, and will use a lot of high-probability electrical appliances, such as refrigerators, water heaters, and so on. Therefore, most RVs will be equipped with additional batteries with larger capacity and volume. In this case, it is necessary to use an inverter.
The inverter is a converter that converts DC power (battery, storage battery) into constant frequency and constant voltage or frequency modulation and voltage regulation. It consists of inverter bridge, control logic and filter circuit. The on-board inverter output through the cigarette lighter is 20W to 150W power specification. Some larger power inverter power supply should be connected to the battery through the connecting wire. Connecting household appliances to the output of the inverter enables various appliances to be used in the car. When you go out to work or travel, you can use the inverter to connect the battery to drive electrical appliances and various tools to work.
The power of the Giandel inverter is usually 300W, 1000W, 2000W, 2200W, 3000W, 4000W, 5000W. The size of the inverter to choose depends on the actual load power in the car. Generally, when we choose the inverter, we will choose about 2 times the actual load power in the car, so as to avoid the overload protection of the inverter triggered by the excessive power when the electrical appliance is started, so as to ensure a stable current output, so that the electrical appliance can be used normally.
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