The new Sukam 2kVa/24V, designed for home and office use, is one of the latest models from Sukam Power Company of india. At 2kVA capacity, it meets the power backup needs of an average family. Its 24V (2-battery) VDC capacity makes it an attractive Sukam model: large enough to do the work for an average home, and requiring a manageable battery size of just 2 units.
SUKAM 2KVA/24V INVERTER: MORE CAPACITY, ONLY 2 BATTERIES
The Sukam 2kVA/24V inverter is really some good news. That's because users have desired a 2kVA/24V Sukam inverter for so long. It took some time, but Sukam finally responded with this Fusion Series Sine i 2kVA (2000VA) 24V capacity. This meets the yearnings of many users. With just two batteries to get going, and a sizable 2kVA capacity that easily takes on all the essential load of an average family, the Sukam 2kVA/24V inverter is perfect for most homes.
For some potential users who consider the 1.6kVA/24V Sukam capacity a bit low, the 2kVA/ 24V inverter is the right solution.
SUKAM FUSION SERIES: TESTED, TRUSTED
The Sukam Fusion Series inverter range, which includes very familiar capacities like the Sukam 3.5kVA/48V and 2.5kVA/48V, has since established itself as the flagship series, sold and used in large numbers. It's all predicated on performance, reliability and durability. The Sukam Fusion Series inverters have a proven track record of dependability, proving, over time, to be worth the user's money. The 2kVA/24V is therefore running on familiar, tested and proven technology.
The Sukam 2kVA/24V inverter requires just two units of 12V batteries to get running. Adding extra batteries is possible, when you can afford it. Still, on just the two batteries, it will meet the basic power requirement of an average home, carefully used. Such requirement will include fans (say 3 pieces), TV, reasonable number of light points (energy-efficient lighting is the wisdom), laptop, and other low-power appliances in the home.
We strongly recommend the tubular battery range to inverter users. They are confirmed to be far more rugged, longer-lasting and far better value for money. They require maintenance quite alright, but truly, that's hardly any work. It's little effort and few and far between. When you relate that to the potential of extra years of battery usage (depending on you usage habits), you will see that tubular batteries stand out in performance advantage. With their resilience, the minor maintenance issue pales off into insignificance.
Whichever battery you decide to use, enjoy the robust 2kVA/24V Sukam Fusion Inverter, perfect for an average home!