Category: Inverter Guide

When building and testing electronic project or equipment it is very useful to have a work shop power supply.

Batteries can be used when testing out the modes equipment or project but this can become rather expensive in long-term. Larger items of projects or equipments are often unstable for battery operation even just for testing purposes because it also requires a mains power supply of some sort because it is one of the essentials.   Continue reading


Inverter and Converter. These technical terms are often subject in confusion when it comes to using the word itself. Most of our online buyers like housewives and non-technical people always gets confused of these two similar words. A lot of people also need to understand that perhaps they may be the same in meaning but when applied in a certain circumstances may have different meanings. One word has the specific meaning while the other isn’t. Continue reading

A Power Inverter is a kind of electrical device that converts DC power (Direct Current) to AC (Alternating Current). Mostly a battery power source like battery from a vehicle (car, truck, bus, boat and airplane) is built with a DC power source to enable them to start their engine and other particular accessories. Continue reading