Tripp Lite, the power protection and infrastructure equipment manufacturer, announced on Thursday that it will launch two new inverter/chargers in the Middle East.
The two products are the latest models from the manufacturer and have been specifically designed to be more efficient while providing longer lasting power and maximum equipment performance.
Designed with pure sine wave output capability, the inverters are meant to complement remote job sites, commercial vehicles and off-grid applications such as solar panels and wind turbines.
“Businesses in the Middle East, particularly those operating in remote areas that use high capacity equipment, have demonstrated a demand for power protection equipment that can allow them maximum use of their machinery,” said Vipin Sharma, vice-president for Middle East, Africa and CIS Sales, Tripp Lite.
“Looking to address this challenge, we have released the APSX2012SW and APSX1012SW—the latest models in our growing range of inverter/chargers that promises efficiency and longer lasting power protection,” he added.
Called APSX1012SW and APSX2012SW, the models are available in both 1,000W and 2,00W models, and come with an optional remote control feature.
Both come with the standard Tripp Lite Inverter Double Boost and OverPower feature which allows them to handle peak power requirements, along with multiple tools and appliances that require brief bursts of power that exceed their continuous wattage ratings, either at startup, during use or both.
The APSX2012SW is a 230V, 2000W PowerVerter APS INT inverter/charger with pure sine wave output that can reproduce wall power from a battery source without any power interference.
The unit, which produces 2,000 watts continuous output with 4,000 watts peak output, comes with a selectable 8/80 amp wet/dry cell battery charger and seamless transfer switching.
Meanwhile, the APSX1012SW230V is a 1,000W PowerVerter APS INT inverter/charger that offers reliable 230V AC power, pure sine wave output and the ability to charge batteries.
The unit produces 1,000 watts continuous output with 2000 watts peak output and comes with a selectable 4/40 amp wet/dry cell battery charger and seamless transfer switching.