Releases Two New Power Inverters

Denver, CO (PRWEB) March 23, 2009

With an economy that is facing hard times, one of the most prominent issues before us is the energy crisis. is a company solely devoted to energy efficient ways to save and use energy and they are announcing the addition of two new products to their list of quality offerings.

The first of the two products is a 300-watt pure sine power inverter. This product has a compact and lightweight design with a thermal fan and USB port. Only 3 lbs it is easily transportable and far lighter than other 300-watt inverters. This power inverter is perfect for powering small items such as; cell phones, mp3 players and handheld games. Some of its features include 300W continuous power, pure sine wave, thermal fan, dual AC receptacle, on/off switch, enclosed DC battery connections, convenient cigarette plug and alligator clips.

The second product is the new AIMS 1000-watt pure sine power inverter. With many of the same features as the 300-Watt pure sine wave inverter, the 1000-watt inverter differs mainly in that it is made for powering large electronics like pellet stoves, variable speed motors and small microwaves. This inverter combines a larger source of power with the clear current necessary for sensitive equipment.

For those that don’t know what a power inverter is, it is an electrical or electro-mechanical device that converts direct current (DC) to alternating current (AC), with the resulting AC transformed to the required voltage and frequency with the use of appropriate transformers, switching, and control circuits. In this way the user can harness a power source, such as a car battery, to plug in and run any electrical device. An inverter offers an almost endless source of portable power.

Beyond these two products carries a variety of products and inverters from simple DC to AC inverters to solar powered car battery chargers, allowing a person to charge their car battery with nothing more then the power of the sun. With innovation and affordable prices continues to keep themselves at the forefront of the inverter market.


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