Mercury 1.2KVA Inverter Modified Sine Wave₦45,000.00 Add to cart
Mercury 2.4 KVA Modified Sine Wave Inverter₦49,000.00 Add to cart
Mercury 3 KVA SOHO Pure Sine Wave Inverter 24v₦209,000.00 Add to cart
Mercury 5 KVA SOHO Pure Sine Wave Inverter 48v₦280,000.00 Add to cart
Mercury 7.5 KVA SOHO Pure Sine Wave Inverter 120v₦370,000.00 Add to cart
Mercury 2kva Spirit Plus Solar Hybrid Inverter Charge Controller₦145,000.00 Add to cart
Mercury 3kva Spirit Plus Solar Hybrid Inverter Charge Controller₦159,000.00 Add to cart
Mercury 5kva Spirit Plus Solar Hybrid Inverter Charge Controller₦220,000.00 Add to cart
Inverter’s convert PV-generated or battery-stored DC electricity into AC electricity that can be used to power household appliances.
Types of Inverters
There is two main type of inverters available on the market. Modified Sine Wave and Pure Sine Wave. If you wish to power small household appliances like lights, TV,s and fans. Modified Sine Wave inverters are affordable and have high efficiency. They will provide you with power comparable (but not identical) to what you get from NEPA.
If you would like to run larger appliances like a fridge, freezer, AC or medical equipment you should buy a Pure Sine Wave inverter. They are ideal for motor startups, make little or no noise and give power quality equivalent to what you get from NEPA, however, Pure Sine Wave inverter can cost twice as much as an equivalent Modified Sine Wave Inverter
To choose the right inverter size for your needs, calculate the total wattage of all the electrical appliances you would like to run on the inverter. This can be achieved by checking the power rating label found on each appliance and adding up the total wattage. You can find out the wattage of your appliances by checking the markings on them or by reading the user manuals. If you wish to keep your total cost down, it is advisable to run only your essential appliances on the inverter. The following is an example:
|Equipment||Common Energy Consumption in Watts|
|4 Energy Saving Bulbs||60W|
We recommend that you buy an inverter twice the size of your total energy requirements so that you have extra capacity and do not run the risk of overloading your inverter.