GALESBURG, Mich. – Eaton has added a new DC to AC inverter to its lineup. The new Eaton Pure Sine Wave can produce 1000 or 1800 watts of AX power to a standard class 8 DC battery and is perfect to charge phones, computers, microwaves, and televisions.
“The inverters can be a great recruiting and retention tool with drivers by improving comfort and reducing time spent in hotels,” said William Gross, manager, emerging products, Eaton. “When you also factor in the productivity improvements and fuel savings from reduced idle time, fleets will quickly see an excellent return on their Eaton Inverter investments.”
The new Eaton inverter has undergone hundreds of hours of testing and are Ul certified and compliant with TMC an SAE practices. As well, the low-voltage disconnect feature ensures batteries don’t have excess discharge.
“We are pleased by major truck OEM acceptance of our inverter products and the popularity of the OEM installed inverter option by truck fleets,” said Michael Klasen, product manager, Eaton Controls and Power Conversion division. “It is great to see a return on Eaton’s investment in application testing and we look forward to making the performance and quality of the Eaton True Sine Wave Inverter available for all vehicle OEMs and aftermarket customers.”
All Eaton Pure Sine Wave Inverters have a two-year warranty.
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