The inverter itself also consumes part of the power when it is working, so its input power is greater than its output power. The efficiency of the inverter is the ratio of the output power of the inverter to the input power, that is, the inverter efficiency is the ratio of the output power to the input power. If an inverter inputs 100 watts of direct current and outputs 90 watts of alternating current, its efficiency is 90%.
1. Use office equipment (such as computers, fax machines, printers, scanners, etc.);
2. Use household appliances (such as game consoles, DVDs, stereos, cameras, electric fans, lighting fixtures, etc.);
3. Or need to charge the battery (cell phone, electric shaver, digital camera, video camera, etc.)