230V AC voltage is part of daily life, for both work and leisure. Many of the devices that we use day in, day out, work exclusively with this voltage. A sine wave inverter transforms the DC battery voltage (DC voltage) into 230 VAC (AC voltage). It then supplies a voltage-controlled, stabilised, quartz-precision AC voltage of 230V/50Hz.

Since reasonable alternatives in 12 or 24V are usually either much too expensive or extremely limited in terms of use, the independent production of 230V low voltage from the on-board power supply is an option. For this purpose, inverters in the power range of approx. 100 to 5000 VA are used to gain 230V AC voltage from 12V or 24V DC voltage.

The conversion takes place completely in electronic form, both during driving and with the vehicle at a standstill without the engine running, and thus without any noise and exhaust gases.

Sine wave inverters

Sine wave inverters supply a purely sine-shaped AC voltage. They are first choice particularly where sensitive loads which can react to irregularities in supply voltage are on board the vehicle, but also wherever very powerful loads are used.

Rectangular inverters

Inverters with output voltage similar to sine-shaped/rectangular are particularly low-cost inverters designed primarily with leisure applications and smaller power requirements in mind. They are simply connected to the cigarette lighter or vehicle mains socket and have an integrated Schuko socket for the output.

For vehicles with 12V voltage supply system
For vehicles with 24V voltage supply system