The significance of the existence of the inverter

All of Powerwin's portable power stations are fitted with a pure sine wave inverter. If the load you pass through the solar generator is too large for the rated output power, your inverter will automatically turn off the power for safety reasons. For example, if you connect a 400W power tool to a 300W solar generator, the machine will sound an alarm for 15 seconds and then automatically shut down. For a more stable use of power, we recommend charging any device with less than 300W of power.

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Lithium-ion battery technology

Each solar generator is equipped with a battery. It's essentially the core behind the technology. Of course, the type of battery that comes with the generator depends on your choice. Powerwin uses the latest lithium-ion battery technology, which is known for its excellent lifetime performance. The Powerwin portable power station comes with a charge controller that has two main functions: regulating the output power of the solar panels and properly charging the batteries.

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The inverter converts direct current (DC) electrical energy into alternating current (AC) electrical energy. You need an inverter because your solar cells will store direct current, and most appliances in your home, van, cabin, or boat require alternating current to run. Powerwin uses pure sine wave inverters in their solar generators. Sine wave inverters, like the pure sine wave inverters we use in solar generators, work in three stages: oscillation, boost, and conversion, converting the battery's direct current into alternating current, amplifying the voltage, and then making it more stable.

Hopefully this will help you understand which technology we have chosen for our customers. Powerwin insists on serving customers with the most core and cost-effective technology.