DIFFERENCE BETWEEN A BATTERY AND A POWER INVERTER

                                                                                                                                                                            BATTERY:A battery is a device consisting of one or more cells with electrochemical cells with external connections provided to power electrical and mechanical devices such as flash light, smartphones, cars, solar etc. It is also a storage device used to store energy. A battery provides enough voltage at full charge roughly around 12volts which is sufficient to power output load, it is not easily damage, it is also reliable and safe in operation when exposed to harsh environment. The size or rate of a battery needed will depend on the load input. The battery can supply DC voltage as long it is fully charged.higher batteryPOWER INVERTER:power inverter

An  inverter  is a device which converts direct current (DC) into alternating current(AC). The AC is equal to the grid supply which ranges from 220v to 240v depending on the country. An inverter is a converter which changes the dc volts coming from the battery (input) to ac volts (output), it is an indoor device and also a rectifier. the size or rate of an inverter to use will depend on the watts of the appliance or tool you want to run. You can get a larger model than you think you need (at least 10% more than your largest load) for example a 400watts inverter can be used for a 375 watts’ appliance. The inverter can supply 24/7 as long as the battery is in good condition.

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