The inverters in the PerfectPower PP series generate a modified sine wave voltage. That means the voltage produces a stepped curve simulating a pure sine wave. The result is an output voltage of stable amplitude and frequency, which is absolutely fine for many electric devices. For sensitive electronics, opt for an inverter producing a pure sine wave voltage (SinePower series).
The Dometic PerfectPower PP 2004 high-performance inverter turns 24 V battery voltage into a sine like 230 V alternating voltage, similar to that from a home power socket. Its high continuous and peak output make it ideal for many powerful appliances, such as hair dryers, toasters, electric kettles or vacuum cleaners. The soft-start function guarantees a gentle jump start, even for power burners. The high-performance inverter comes with many convenient features, including an external switch for operation from the dashboard, an output for remote control, and adjustable feet for flexible installation.