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How Fast Will a Power Inverter Drain Battery?
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Best Power Inverter Brands Reviewed [2020 Update]
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How Does a Power Inverter Work?
To the uninitiated power inverters can seem a little confusing.Once you understand that basics, they in fact couldn't be simpler[...]

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Power Inverter Remote Switch Reviews
Are you tired of going all the way to the inverter just to turn it on or off? Or is[...]
The Best Power Inverters for Charging Power Tools
Are you a contractor looking for an inverter to charge your power tools? Or do you need the inverter to[...]
The Best Power Inverter for your Xbox One
If you need the best power inverter for your Xbox One, then you’ve come to the right place! If you’re[...]
220V Power Inverter Reviews
If you live in a county where energy is delivered in 220 volts then we have good news. 220v power[...]
Power Inverter for Oxygen Machine
Whether you are traveling in your car or there is a power outage, using your oxygen machine does not have[...]
Power Inverter Cables: Everything you need to know
If you own a power inverter, one of the things you have to prepare, aside from a stable power source[...]

About Power Inverters:

A power inverter simply put, converts DC power to AC power.

Why is that useful? It means that with a battery and power inverter you are able to run any electrical equipment that you normally use at home, anywhere you like. 

Power inverters are a useful tool for powering standard household appliances that you may take with you on a camping trip, in your car or truck, or in your boat or RV. Some people even run power inverters at home with a solar panel setup, to take advantage of more affordable renewable energy.  

A power inverter works by converting a direct current of 12 volts or 24 volts from your leisure battery into alternating current of about 120 volt or 230 volts.

This can be of benefit when you want to operate and run mobile gadgets, powered lights, power tools, and any other appliances you may have with you.