Power Inverters

A power inverter or inverter is a device to convert direct current (DC) power to alternating current (AC) power. In other words, the power invert is used to convert the 12/ 24/ 48V DC battery power to 110/ 120/ 220/ 230/ 240V AC household power. ATO provides two kinds of power inverters for your different load requirements, pure sine wave inverters (300W-6000W) and modified sine wave inverters (300W-3000W).
The modified pure sine wave power inverter is cheaper, but it is only suitable for some less sensitivity devices.The pure sine wave power inverter seems to be more expensive, but it produces cleaner power and has a wider range of applications, especially for the sensitive electronics, appliances or equipment.
It is widely used to power the devices like cell phones, laptops, tablets, players, lights, TVs at home during power outage, or other outdoor activities where AC power is needed.


Pure Sine Wave Power Inverters

Pure sine wave power inverters with output power ranging from 300 watts to 6000 watts. The power inverters have input DC voltages 12V/24V/48V, and output AC voltages 110V/ 120V/ 220V/ 230V/ 240V for your selection.


Modified Sine Wave Inverters

Modified sine wave inverters with 300W to 3000W continuous power inverter can convert DC vehicle’s power (optional 12V/ 24V/ 48V) to AC power (optional 110V/ 120V/ 220V/ 230V/ 240V), rapidly charging your devices with AC outlet and USB port.

Inverter Chargers

As a combined inverter and charger in one unit, a series of inverter/ chargers on deliver pure sine wave AC power from DC power and work as a charger for powering a backup battery bank when a power outage occurs. The inverter/ chargers are low frequency type with transformer, UPS function, available with 12V, 24V and 48V from 1000W to 6000W.