Sterling Quasi Sine Wave Inverters: ProPower Q
Sterling has invested in a range of quasi-sine inverters because they are smaller, lower cost, offer better performance, are more efficient and more reliable than sine-wave. Sterling have always found the quasi-sinewave inverter more than adequate for general requirements in boats and vehicles. There is still the odd appliance, such as washing machines, where quasi-sinewave inverters simply do not work, but all in all they do a great job – especially considering their cost. With this in mind, we have made a new range of DIGITAL quasi-sine inverters called the Pro Power Q. The idea behind this was to push forward this technology and bring in some new features. The most obvious change in this new inverter is its style, tough aluminum extrusion with great looking plastic end caps, euro and British sockets are on all this range ,enabling the unit to be compatible across Europe without problem. The new extrusion design has allowed us to reduce the size of the 1000-2500 watt units by nearly 40%, but still offer their full power and even better performance over the previous models.
All Sterling inverters are rated for continuous use with all the usual overload, over voltage and low voltage cut outs. All the inverters come with a DC cable and 24 kt gold connectors in order to prevent battery terminal corrosion. Now with multi-speed fans for low noise. Inverters of 1000, 1800 and 2700 watts come with a remote control.
600watt 12v - Size L x W x D mm: 150 x 150 x 65 - Weight: 1.3kg - Power: 600watt continuous
800watt -12v Size L x W x D mm: 180 x 150 x 65 - Weight: 1.8kg - Power: 800watt continuous
1000watt 12v - Size L x W x D mm: 180 x 250 x 100 - Weight: 2.0kg - Power: 1000watt continuous
1800watt 12v - Size L x W x D mm: 270 x 250 x 100 - Weight: 4.0kg - Power: 1800watt continuous
2700watt 12v - Size L x W x D mm: 370 x 250 x 100 - Weight: 5.0kg - Power: 2700watt continuous
Wired into Motorhome system with include an auto-switch. (this system is protected so if you plug into mains there are no nasty shocks) - Would only recommend inverters over 1500watts to be fitted this way.