Inverter

 

An inverter is an electrical device that converts DC (direct current) in to standard AC (Alternating current) that allows you to run electrical equipment. The inverter draws power from a 12 V battery or several batteries wired in parallel. There is a wide range of inverter like Videocon Inverter 800VA ECO TECH Series, Luminous 800va sine wave, Digital Inverter - 800VA etc available in market . Various size of inverters are available that depends on the watt (amps), you wants to run.

Most parts of India suffer from power cuts and extreme voltage fluctuations. It is no wonder that a vast majority of Indians depend on inverters to address this problem. And to take care of this crucial need, they depend on a battery that won't let them down.

With a range of inverter batteries to suit varying needs and applications of end users, ASI inverter batteries are compatible with any brand of inverters available in the market, so you are never at a loss for power.

When you buy an ASI inverter battery, you enjoy a completely hassle-free experience as the battery uses a high heat resistant Calcium/ultra modified Hybrid alloy for its grids which makes it zero-maintenance. ASI also offers a range of technologically advanced inverters and home UPS system for complete peace of mind.

Our Differentiators:
Long Life
Ultra Low Maintenance
Improved Safety
Warranty – 24 months
Safety Precautions for Home UPS / Inverter

Do’s
* Install UPS & batteries in ventilated area.
* Install UPS on flat surface only.
* Ensure proper tightening of battery terminals.
* Keep switch in FC mode when computer is working.
* Use rated MCB, fuses & battery cables only.
* Keep UPS away from children, water and any chemicals.
* Switch ’Off’ front panel switch before disconnecting the UPS.

Don’ts
* Don’t give the Home UPS with local battery combination
* Don’t install the UPS & batteries in a closed container
* Don’t disconnect the batteries while UPS in ’ON’ condition
* Don’t connect the battery cables in reverse direction
* Don’t mix different ratings/makes of batteries
* Don’t connect the UPS to loads other than those recommended
* Don’t connect the UPS output to a generator or incoming utility power
* Don’t operate the UPS with damaged input/output plugs or cables
* Don’t give UPS output to more than UPS capacity
* Don’t give connections to empty plug points