Installation of Inverters and POWER banks
Battery power option is not just a recommendation as of necessity but a power source that has been widely embraced by so many people in so many homes. Actually it can be the major source of energy in a home or office where heavy machineries are not used. When you have a very large power bank you can sure run on only batteries for two full weeks or even a month without power interuption with all your facilities on such as air conditioners, fridges and frezeers and all the bulbs. It all depends on how large your battery bank is. When the batteries are getting exhausted you can put on a generator to recharge the batteries or recharge them with the govt provided electricity source. But in a situation where the bills come so high even when people are not in their homes (travel) it becomes funny. For most cases the electricity from govt comes up few times in so many days. For good business flow you can really decide to establish a solid battery banks for your office or home. It will save you from loads of unjustified electric bills and diesel or fuel money which in the long run pays off suprisingly.
A power bank with electricity or generator to recharge it will just do. Paying high electric bills and spending tons of funds on fuel in the bid to have 24 hours light is simply irrational. Make a power bank an option today. We install only dry batteries. When you use a single battery and an inverter, you will need to turn off air conditioners and other heavy power consuming facilities to ensure the stored energy lasts long enough.
We supply and deploy inverters and large storage batteries at a most reasonable and affordable cost. Kindly note that a battery bank can only work effectively with an inverter. Presently many banks use batteries & govt electricity.
If you purchase an inverter that allows higher wattages, proper installation becomes a bit more critical. Below 400 watts, the cigarette lighter connection is still a possibility, but wattages above that require direct connection to the battery. The inverter's input cables have clips that can be attached to the terminals of the battery, similar to a set of jumper cables. If the installation is to be permanent, the cables can be bolted to the terminals.
The inverter itself can be mounted anywhere, although it should be in a place with good air flow. Inverters generate a fair amount of heat, and they use cooling fans and heat dissipation fins to prevent overheating. Larger, heavier inverters have mounting holes in their chassis so they can be bolted to any surface. Obviously, with a permanent installation, you'll probably want to bolt your converter in place, but this isn't absolutely necessary. It's possible to simply place the inverter in a secure, stable position, clip the leads to the battery and plug in.