600w pure sine wave inverter price South Africa

600w pure sine wave inverter price South Africa

600w pure sine wave inverter price south africa


7.5kva 96v inverter price south Africa -   R 10 550,20 ZAR  South African Rand

Solar inverters are rapidly replacing generator sets (petrol, diesel, kerosene, and all other types of gen sets) as the preferred backup power supply option. Solar inverters are being used as (alternative) power sources by households, industrial factories and facilities, commercial companies, educational institutions, restaurants, and all other businesses.

Solar inverters convert direct electric current from solar panels to alternating current, which is then used by electronic and electrical appliances. This is understandable given the numerous advantages solar inverters have over other available power alternatives (such as generators) — simple maintenance, no exhaust fumes, silent operation, portability, pollution-free operation, cost-effectiveness, and so on.

If you've been thinking about using an inverter system that provides complete satisfaction and a product warranty? The Lento 7.5kVA inverter is all you need to power your medium-sized heavy-duty appliances such as air conditioners, laser jet photocopiers, printers, pumping machines, and other high-energy-consuming appliances in your home or office.

Lento is a leading manufacturer of Solar Inverter, inverter Battery, Tubular Battery, VRLA Battery, Off Grid Solar System, Off Grid Solar Inverter etc. They focus on user’s requirement the area of Pure Sine Wave Inverter, Solar Power Inverter, Inverter For Home and Sine Wave Home UPS in Nigeria.

Lento 7.5KVA Pure Sine Wave Inverters-

LENTO is having vast experience of manufacturing and supplying of quality products in domestic as well as in international market.

We are one of the biggest OEM manufacturers in India, having world class manufacturing setups and In house R&D recognized by government of India, Which makes Lento one of the biggest manufacturer and exporter of Sine wave Inverters, UPS as well as Solar Photo Voltaic systems in India.

Available Variants-

1. Lento 7.5KVA 120V Pure Sine Wave Inverter

2. Lento Inverter 7.5KVA 96V Pure Sine Wave Inverter


Lento 7.5KVA 120V Pure Sine Wave Inverter

Product Specification





Output Voltage

220-230 V

Output Frequency

50 Hz

Audible Noise

<25 dB

Power Factor


Total Harmonic Distortion


Weight (In Kg)

73 Kg

Dimension (L*B*H in Centimetre)

40 x 35 x 60 cm

Wave Form

Pure Sine Wave


Product Description

Static UPS/ Inverter / Industrial Inverter

Range: 2.5Kva 36v to 12kva 192v


In real life, all our sophisticated and critical appliances and equipments have to face a number of power problems. These problems endanger your critical systems and are mostly encountered in the form of sags, surges, noise, brown outs, black outs etc. Because of its very high installation and operation cost, the online UPS is unlikely to be the right solution for this. Therefore, to provide the clean and stable power supply AC Sine Wave power from charged batteries


Salient Features

  • State of the Art MOSFET/IGBT Based PWM Technology to increase Crest Factor
  • Auto Sense Intelligent Control Smart Charger
  • Electronic change- over, hence much better reliability
  • Quiet of AC motors as well as other inductive loads unlike the noise that emanates from modified Sine Wave Systems
  • Very low Total Harmonic Distortion <3%
  • Fast Changeover ensuring Compatibility with Computers
  • TDR(Time Delay Relay), especially for AC compressor based applications
  • Mains Mode Short Circuit Protection
  • Surge Load Capacity up to 300%
  • Less Operating Coast as compared to that with Online UPS as well as DG Sets
  • Bypass Switch in case of system failure
  • Compatibility with D.G Sets


What is an inverter?

An inverter converts DC voltage to alternating current voltage. In most cases, the input DC voltage is lower, while the output AC voltage is equal to the grid supply voltage, which can be 120 or 240 volts depending on the country.

The inverter can be designed as a standalone piece of equipment for applications such as solar power or as a backup power supply using batteries that are charged separately.

The other configuration is when it is part of a larger circuit, such as a power supply unit, also known as a UPS. In this case, the rectified mains AC in the PSU powers the inverter, while the rectified AC in the UPS powers it when there is power and the batteries power it when there is no power.

Inverters are classified according to the shape of the switching waveform. These have various circuit configurations, efficiencies, benefits, and drawbacks.

An inverter generates alternating current voltage from direct current power sources and is useful for powering electronics and electrical equipment rated at alternating current mains voltage. Furthermore, they are widely used in the inverting stages of switched mode power supplies. The circuits are classified based on their switching technology and switch type, as well as their waveform, frequency, and output waveform.

Why is an inverter necessary?

It is the job of a battery, not an inverter, to store electricity. An inverter's primary function is to convert AC power from power stations into DC power and store it in batteries. Why can't you store this power in the available alternating current form? The answer is that batteries are only charged by DC power and not by AC power. The DC power stored in the batteries must now be converted to AC power in order to power various appliances. Inverters are responsible for this task.

As a result, the inverter converts stored energy into alternating current when it is required to power the house. As a result, in the event of a power outage, this device can be used as a backup.

What are the types of inverters?

Inverters are classified based on their output waveforms, with the three most common types being square waves, pure sine waves, and modified sine waves.

The square wave is simpler and less expensive, but it has lower power quality than the other two. The modified square wave has a higher power quality (THD 45%) and is suitable for most electronic devices. These have rectangular pulses with dead spots between the positive and negative halves of the cycle (THD of about 24%).

True sine wave inverters have the best waveform, with a THD of about 3%. However, it is the most expensive and is used in medical equipment, stereos, laser printers, and other applications that require sinusoidal waveforms. These are also used in grid-connected inverters and equipment.

What are the uses of an inverter?

Inverters are used in a wide range of applications, including small car adapters, household or office applications, and large grid systems.

  • Supplies of uninterruptible power
  • As independent inverters
  • In solar energy systems
  • As a component of a switched mode power supply


Looking for the best inverter to buy?

The best inverter is provided by Lento. Inverters, UPS, and power supplies from Lento were the first to use pure Sine wave technology. Our sine wave inverters produce stable frequency and voltage while simulating mains power, making them ideal for powering expensive equipment, particularly inductive loads that do not work well on square waves.

Frequently Asked Questions-

Q. Is an inverter better than a generator?

Although inverter generators can't produce as much power as conventional generators, they are more efficient due to how the energy how the AC current is produced.

Q. How do I turn off my inverter when not in use?

To turn off the inverter first, choose the bypass option using the bypass switch located on the back of the inverter. Then, on the front side of the inverter, you will find the on/off button, press and hold that button until the inverter is switched off.

Q. Which inverter is most efficient?

Lento : Overall excellent

Q.How many solar panels do I need for a 7.5 KVA inverter?

In 7.5kW solar system, you will get 23 nos. X 335 watt solar panel.

Q. How many solar panels do I need for 7.5 kW?

The average house uses around 900 kWh per month or around 30 kWh per day. Multiply this by 0.25 and get 7.5, so we need a 7.5 kW system. A typical solar panel produces up to 120 watts or 0.12 kW per day. To provide 7.5-kW, you need about 62 panels.

Q. What can I run on 7.5 kW solar system?

7.5kW solar system can run two AC with 2 Fan, 10 LED lights and 1 Fridge easily.

Q. How many batteries can be connected to an inverter?

A single battery inverter is designed with a 12V system. The lead acid battery has 6 cells of 2V each which gives an output of 12V. A double battery inverter works on a 24V system in which 2 batteries of 12V are fitted in series.

Q. Can a battery be too big for inverter?

It will not damage the battery bank, but the volt of the inverter and a battery should be the same. the inverter that you are using is your need that how much load that you are using that's why you are using such inverter. but the only precaution you must take is don't put extra load on the inverter.

Q. Which inverter is the best in Nigeria?

Lento Inverters are the best in Nigeria.

Q. Can inverter work without battery?

A hybrid solar inverter can work without batteries. This type of system is attached to solar panels and to the power grid which supplies power from both.

Q. Can I connect solar panels directly to inverter?

Yes, solar panels can be directly connected to the inverter instead of the charge controller. A proper and good quality solar power inverter is an essential part of your photovoltaic arrays. It's an important bridge of solar panel connection to the battery and to the grid.


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