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Inverters

Power Solutions LLC offers a broad range of Inverters that offer high load capacity, tough housings and long service life.  Offering the performance, design, and functionality that you require of your  DC-to-AC power inverter, our hot-swappable capabilities and modular designs offer expandable power levels and the cleanest true sine wave available. An Inverter converts direct current (DC) to alternating current (AC) to power a variety of equipment ranging from the most critical Telecommunications equipment to general purpose items including tools and computers. Inverters utilize a telecom facility’s 24VDC or 48VDC bus or a 12V Battery (from boat, vehicle or standalone) to supply power to connected equipment.

Our Inverter offerings provide reliable alternate AC power during utility power problems, such as blackouts, brownouts, over-voltages and surges. When utility power is present, most inverters automatically pass through power to your equipment while simultaneously recharging your connected batteries. When utility power is absent, such as during a blackout in stationary applications or while driving in mobile applications, Inverters automatically switch from utility power to battery backup power.

Below are some of our more popular telecom grade Inverters. For more information, and configuration assistance for these models, please call 800-876-9373 or email .

CE+T Telecom Inverters

CE+T Telecom Inverters

CE+T Telecom Inverters help secure the increasing volume of your AC loads in your Telecom Network. Whatever the output power range (from 500Va to 225kVA), whatever your DC input voltage (24Vdc, 48Vdc, 60Vdc), they will give you the security you need without foregoing the efficiency and power purity that your installation requires.

GE 827E Inverter System

GE 827E Inverter System

The 827E is an N+1 redundant and expandable source of AC power for the telecommunications industry. The highly reliable AC power output is robust enough to handle linear and nonlinear loads with low power factors or high crest factors such as personal computers, servers, and modems. Inverter modules operating in parallel eliminate the need for a second AC source of power.