he Su-Kam 1.4KVA/24V inverter is a 1400va output pure sine wave inverter, providing power backup that will sustain a range of domestic or office equipment. The 1.4kva Su-Kam inverter offers just enough capacity to meet an average household’s basic needs in terms of light points, fans, TV, PC, printer, etc (see load estimate, below). The 1.4kva Sukam inverter is a 24V inverter requiring a minimum of two units of 12V batteries to run. The 200Ah/12V battery capacity is generally recommended but other capacities of 12V battery will also work, though backup performance will depend on the capacity.
The Su-Kam 1.4kva Smiley inverter is an advanced design with both inverter and online UPS functions. You get not just automated power-switching function but also uninterrupted power delivery. In effect, your computer will not reboot and your TV, DVD or other appliances will not sense a power break when power fails and your inverter mode comes on. So, they will continue to run uninterrupted. Hence, you don’t need to invest in a UPS when you use the Sukam Smiley 1.4kva inverter.
Also, the Su-Kam 1.4kva inverter is a pure sine wave inverter, offering the purest quality of power, best for sensitive equipment. What’s more, it’s proven to deliver stable performance, provide extended power backup and give durable service. When looking for a small inverter for big performance, the Sukam 1.4kva is a dependable choice, already serving many homes and offices in Nigeria.
Check again, some of what you gain, using the Sukam 1.4kva inverter:
Offers budget capacity that meets most family power backup needs at relatively affordable cost
Solid performance with years of service enabling user recoup investment and enjoy power supply dividend
Cost saving with dual function of inverter and UPS, dispensing the need to invest in UPS
Compact, space-saving design that tidily fits into home environment
Longer backup for computer as compared to using regular UPS
Appliance-friendly, enhancing lifespan of the appliances like TVs – ensures no damaging Time Gap (start-up delay) between power cut and resumption of back-up power