What is an inverter?

An inverter is what converts direct current to alternating current. This is essential for being able to supply power from a standard electrical outlet and for the power to be delivered to the power grid and sold.

Inverters are used in a variety of electronic devices and systems, including solar panels, battery storage systems, electric vehicles, and for converting power supply to household appliances. Inverters are crucial for using electronic devices in areas where only direct current is available, such as battery-powered devices or solar power systems.