Stylish Design.

Slick modern design of unit that can be easily stacked in a rack system or wall mounted for space saving.

EFFICIENT

High efficient conversion rate and low power loss when converting power

MODERN DESIGN

Slick modern design of unit that can be easily stacked in a rack system or wall mounted for space saving

ENHANCED BATTERY

Enhanced battery charger to ensure maximum benefits from any type of batteries including 3 stage charger designs to ensure correct charging current is maintained, batteries are not overcharged and they are not drained fully to preserve their lifespan

USER-FRIENDLY

User-friendly interactive display to keep user informed and easy function buttons to make any changes with the settings

Outline Free HTML5 Responsive Bootstrap Template

Seemless Switch - Don't be left in the Dark

Sitting quietly your new Pod Inverter will be ready to leap into action instantaniously as the power drop, keeping your lights and appliences working!

Frequently Ask Questions

What appliances can I connect to the inverter?

You can connect the following appliances to the inverter systems as long as the total power consumption does not exceed the maximum VA rating of the unit:

  • Small to large Plasma or LCD TV
  • DSTV and MNet decoders
  • Small to large Plasma or LCD TV
  • Surround sound systems
  • 5 to 10 energy saver lights
  • Home alarm system
  • Intercom
  • WIFI Router

How many watts can I draw at full capacity?

All inverters are rated to a specific load which is the maximum you can drain from that particular unit at any given time. Depending on the inverters rated output is how many items it can run hence a 900w unit will only allow a maximum of 900w worth of power to be drawn at any given time.

How long will my battery last?

The amount of backup time is determined by the size of the connected battery bank and the load drawn from the system. The backup time is directly in proportion to the load drawn. The backup time is normally calculated at full load (i.e. if the system is a 2200VA system, full load is 2200VA). If you remove some of the connected load, then the backup time will be extended accordingly.
Click here to view an example

How long will the battery take to recharge?

The recharge time of the batteries depends on how much power was removed from the batteries during a power failure.
Click here to view the formula on recharge time.

Can I connect more batteries to my inverter?

Yes you can as you will have more capacity for when the lights go off but there is a fine line as to how many batteries you can connect to any given inverter depending on its charge capacity for filling the batteries once they are drained out. As you could see above it takes about 7 hrs to fill up 1 battery if its empty hence if you connect large amount of batteries to a small charger they will never be able to be filled up after each load shedding hence you will have a gradual degrading of power available

Is the inverter noisy?

The inverter is not too noisy as it has a fan that runs to keep it cool. When it’s charging the batteries or on inverter mode it is a bit loud but when it’s in standby mode then it humms along and is about as noisy as a computer power supply.

How do these systems work??

The unit is permanently connected to utility power so that while mains is present the extra large built-in battery charger recharges the batteries and keeps the batteries fully charged until a power failure occurs.
The equipment you want to back up is also permanently connected via the system. In case of a power failure the backup system automatically switches over, via an extra fast transfer switch to the inverter, which will continue to provide power to the equipment within 15 msec. This is extremely fast and standard equipment like TVs, DSTV decoders; microwaves, fans, etc. are unaffected. The sine-wave systems can also backup computers but it is possible that a very small percentage of computers could reset during the switchover time.
When utility power returns, the whole procedure is reversed and the unit will switch back to utility power and will automatically start re-charging the batteries. Your equipment remains connected to the system even when power is restored. The whole process is fully automatic.

How do these systems work??

The unit is permanently connected to utility power so that while mains is present the extra large built-in battery charger recharges the batteries and keeps the batteries fully charged until a power failure occurs.
The equipment you want to back up is also permanently connected via the system. In case of a power failure the backup system automatically switches over, via an extra fast transfer switch to the inverter, which will continue to provide power to the equipment within 15 msec. This is extremely fast and standard equipment like TVs, DSTV decoders; microwaves, fans, etc. are unaffected. The sine-wave systems can also backup computers but it is possible that a very small percentage of computers could reset during the switchover time.
When utility power returns, the whole procedure is reversed and the unit will switch back to utility power and will automatically start re-charging the batteries. Your equipment remains connected to the system even when power is restored. The whole process is fully automatic.