AIMS Power Showing Inverter Line in Louisville

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December 3, 2013 by   Comments Off on AIMS Power Showing Inverter Line in Louisville

AIMS Power will be displaying its line of inverters as part of this week’s Recreational Vehicle Industry Association’s (RVIA) 51st Annual National RV Trade Show in Louisville, Ky.

“You’ll really be able to see our inverters side-by-side with some of our biggest competition at the RV show, so we really want to shine light on the fact that we beat them out on many of the key points that drive consumer satisfaction,” said Bruce de Jong, president and founder, in a press release.

AIMS Power supplies everything needed for renewable solar, off-grid, mobile and emergency backup power systems in RVs, boats, homes, offices, mobile businesses and worksites. The company specializes in power inverters that transform DC power produced by solar panels and stored by deep-cycle batteries into AC electricity that can be used to run most tools and appliances.

AIMS Power’s low frequency inverters are available in 1000-, 1500-, 2000-, 3000-, 4000- and 6000-watt models and include a heavy-duty transformer allowing for a 300% surge capacity. The company said that the inverters are also “several products in one” — an inverter, AC-to-DC battery charger and solar charge controller (in 1500- and 3000-watt models).

“These are the types of features that give RV owners the freedom and versatility they need to live off-the-grid for any extended period of time,” said Vice President of Sales Sean Nichols. “We work with RV owners almost every day, and we always recommend our low frequency models because that’s the reliability needed when you’re out in the boonies.”

The low frequency status is given to the inverter by virtue of the lowered level of total harmonic distortion (THD) it produces, making it quieter and slightly more efficient. It also runs on an inverter and battery bank rather than a fuel-powered generator, resulting in little-to-no noise and zero emissions.



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