230V in Vehicles More Powerful with an All-in-one Inverter System

The LPS 2500W all-in-one inverter system can use 230V and 12V current, which can easily realize the high efficiency power of commercial vehicles. The new compact LPS 2500W from Clayton Power contains a built-in 1 kWh lithium battery.

Odense, Fyn (Merxwire) – Clayton Power launched the new compact LPS 2500W, which contains a built-in 1 kWh lithium battery. Installing electrical current in the vehicle can complete more work on site even without mains electricity, and can perform maintenance work quickly and easily. With 12 and 230 voltage LPS, you can provide power for lithium batteries for power tools and battery chargers and installation of DC equipment, such as marker lights, work lights, and cabin heaters.

The LPS is charged automatically while driving, or directly from the mains – and can be used without expensive and environmentally damaging engine idling. By swapping your traditional battery system for an LPS, idle running is no longer necessary. Although some additional consumption is required, the end result is still a CO2 reduction of at least 75% compared to engine idling.

The LPS 2500W for use in a commercial vehicle includes a 1 kWh lithium battery, 230V inverter (pure sine wave) with up to 5000W in peak, charger for the grid, DC-DC converter for fast charging from the vehicle while driving and several relays for safe handling.

If the vehicle’s battery is flat, start assistance can be activated from the display, putting you quickly on the move again. The LPS 2500W achieves at least a weight reduction of 50 kg compared to a traditional inverter system with lead batteries. This is equivalent to the same usable amount of energy from at least two 100A, heavy lead batteries.

 

More information please visit: https://www.claytonpower.com/

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