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Exide Dealer Explains the Parts In An Inverter

Switches and Buttons In a Typical Exide Tubular Battery

An inverter is just like any gadget or home appliance with a central difference. It is meant to make home life more comfortable by providing continuous power, but it is also a hazmat product. Therefore, it should be used with utmost responsibility and care. This article will talk about the different buttons provided in an inverter battery and what are their functions.  It is recommended to read the user manual before actually using a battery as each brand may differ slightly from the other. But the most important buttons and functions are similar in all batteries to keep it easier for the users.

The Main Switches

The first switch every user should be aware of is the On and Off button. Every inverter, no matter the model or the company, will have this switch. One can identify the button using the following guide:

  • The symbol on the button will be a semi-circle on the base and vertical, straight line on top. Every power button has it, and it lights up when the gadget is being used.
  • You will find the button on the front of the inverter so that it is easy to switch the battery on and off.
  • Most batteries will have ensured that the power button is more prominent in size than the rest of switches.

These steps make sure that one does not need the user manual to identify the button. It is very apparent at first glance of the battery.

The trip reset button is the next function a user should know.  The position of this switch can vary depending upon the battery you have bought in Chennai. At times the button is at the back of the gadget, and at times it is in the front. When the inverter is overloaded, or the output is short-circuited, one can use the button to rest the battery.  Most companies make it easy to identify the button by writing the name on the switch.

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Secondary Switches In A Inverter Battery

Besides the main two buttons, there are two more secondary switches on a battery.  One such button is the charging rate. Not all inverters will have this switch, so please read the user manual before looking for it.

  • The function of charging rate button is to allow the owner to adjust the rate at which the battery is charged.
  • This is added because a bigger battery would require a higher rate of charging and a small battery a lower one. The speed will ensure that a big battery does not take a long time to charge.
  • Do not charge a small battery at a higher rate as that might cause faster wear and tear of it.

A battery voltage switch is another button that is generally found in some higher models of inverters. Some companies and manufacturers create inverters that can either run on a single battery or multiple. The inverter can switch from single to multiple as needed. This change can be either automatic or controlled manually using a button called the battery voltage switch.

More About Battery Switches

Besides the buttons listed above, there are some other switches that can be found in an inverter:

  • Voltage range
  • Input voltage
  • Output voltage
  • Display button

Each of these buttons has their own unique function like the voltage range button is used to switch between line mode and backup mode. Line mode is used when the inverter is connected to essential gadgets like TV and computers. The line mode reduces the time taken to transfer from external source of power to battery power.

Each button has its own use, and one should be clear about it before using the inverter. It is highly advised to read through the user manual of the battery at least once before installing it. While the article above might help a battery user in Chennai, it is always better to have the brand and company-specific knowledge. AnExide Inverter Battery or any other brand inverter is a hazmat product and should be handled with care and caution to prevent any mishaps.

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