Lightweight and compact
The greater efficiency means that a compromise can be struck on the weight of the generator. This adds to the portability and compactness of the generator, making it more user friendly. The weight reduction can be as much as 1/3rd of the total weight.
High quality electrical output
The quality of the electrical output can be significantly enhanced in the inverter power generator by using a Pulse Width Modulator. This modulator removes the distortion from the electrical output by smoothening out the sine wave. The resultant increase in efficiency can be up to 2.5 to 5 percent.
High fuel efficiency
The power inverter generators have the ability to adjust the engine rpm’s (rotation per minute) according to the load requirement. This is done in such a way that the engine frequency and power are not altered. Thus there are no load variations, reducing vibrations and this increasing the life of the engine blades and assembly.
Low noise output
As the power inverter generators are not running at maximum load all the time, they don’t produce maximum operational noise. The noise can further be dampened by the use of sound mufflers. Different companies use different versions of this equipment.
Function in parallel
These inverters can also be used in parallel, provided the specifications of two or more than two generators are the same. This procedure is done when smaller generators are used to achieve higher net power, which in other case could have been produced by a generator of higher rating.