Genus inverters boast of being the world’s most user-friendly inverters. They all come with LCD/LED to make it easier to use and determine usage. All buttons and connections are well-labeled for easy identification.
Genus inverters were made for the home. You can place them anywhere in your house and enjoy superior backup power.
Yes! You should keep your inverter on all the time to provide back-up in the absence of grid power. Otherwise, you’ll will need to start the inverter manually every time when grid power fails.
Yes using a Genus inverter slightly increases your energy bill. Then provide a huge savings via energy stored in the battery and to be consumed in the absence of grid.
It depends on the house load or requirements. You will need to determine your power requirements or load which will then assist you in determining how long your inverter plus batteries will last. Visit Inverter Calculator https://www.genusnigeria.com/load-calculator/ to estimate your load.
Genus inverters can power all types of home appliances and consumer electronics.
Visit the Inverter calculator, https://www.genusnigeria.com/load-calculator/ to estimate your total house or office load, and also determine the best inverter for you.
When not in use, inverters draw negligible amount of power from the batteries to keep its internal components on standby.
The common cause of a power overload is connecting loads with higher capacity than the inverter capacity. This may put a strain on the internal component of the inverter and cause it to fail.
Factors to consider when using an inverter include: your total power consumption. The appliances your inverter can powerPower qualitySafety featuresConsider the battery size . You can also visit https://www.genusnigeria.com/load-calculator/ to determine your house load.
Yes, you can switch off your inverter when the batteries are fully charged and not in use. Kindly note, the inverter will not be able to supply power backup when the grid goes off.
Energy-saving appliances generally use less power. This means your inverter backup time will be increased since the consumption is less.