Updated: Jan 29, 2022
The cobalt inverter is made in the United Kingdom. The cobalt inverter is built for rugged power and physical environments.
The cobalt inverter incorporates a battery charger and an automatic voltage regulator.
It is a pure sine wave inverter. Read more about pure sine wave inverters here.
It has hybrid capabilities, thus, it can be used with a battery pack, solar panels and grid power. As an intelligent inverter fitted with an in-built automatic transfer switch, the cobalt inverter able to automatically select the preferred source and switches the load accordingly.
It incorporates a smart charger. It is sold as an inverter/charger.
It has displays that show the state of the inverter.
It also incorporates an in-built automatic voltage regulator.
Home, Factory and Office Integration
The cobalt inverter come in black metallic casing built to complement both interior home, office and exterior factory designs.
The cobalt inverter is noiseless and emits no fumes.
It comes in metal casings.
It is compact and elegant.
It is made to be mounted on walls.
The cobalt inverter is warranted against against defects in materials and workmanship for a period of one year from the date of purchase. Defective inverters will be replaced when directly returned, postage prepaid to the manufacturer.
Cobalt makes only one range of inverter in five output capacities:
Though the cobalt inverter is relatively expensive in comparison to other brands, especially the Indian brands (Sukam, Genus, Luminous), it gives full financial value on the long run. Though very sophisticated and capable of performing very advanced functions, it is easy to install, operate and use.
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