Tripp Lite launches two new inverters
Dubai, February 16, 2012
Tripp Lite, a leader in power protection equipment, has announced the Middle East launch of two new inverter/chargers that have been specially designed with pure sine wave output capability.
The APSX1012SW and APSX2012SW will give users the advantage of more efficiency with longer lasting power and maximum equipment performance, as statement said.
Both are being packaged as perfect complements for remote job sites, commercial vehicles and even environmentally friendly 'off-grid' applications like solar panels and wind turbines.
The new inverter/charger models comes with high efficiency sine wave output and has been designed to handle heavy duty requirements, The units can be easily installed and requires minimal maintenance, the statement said.
The APSX2012SW and APSX1012SW are available in both 1,000 and 2,000 watt models with an optional remote control that works from up to 10 metres distance.
Both units have the standard Tripp Lite inverter double boost & overpower feature, which allows them to handle peak power requirements, many tools and appliances that require brief bursts of power exceeding their continuous wattage ratings, either at startup, during use or both.
Tripp Lite Inverters temporarily provide extra output power to handle these “peak surges” demand without shutting down.
"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.”
“These models reflect our long standing commitment in providing our customers with strategic power protection solutions that can help drive in more productivity and increase efficiencies,” he added. – TradeArabia News Service