Inverters simply make life easier for RV lovers.
Louisville, Kentucky (PRWEB) December 01, 2013
Owners of recreational vehicles and AIMS Power inverters have long-enjoyed a symbiotic relationship.
AIMS Power’s president and founder, Bruce de Jong, along with vice president of sales, Sean Nichols, will be looking to expand on that relationship and network with the RV industry’s manufacturers, suppliers and dealers at the Recreational Vehicle Industry Association’s (RVIA) 51st annual National RV Trade Show.
Nichols and de Jong will make the long flight, leaving after the Thanksgiving break, from Reno, Nevada to Louisville, Kentucky, where this year’s event is being held at the Kentucky Exposition Center December 3-5.
The industry-only show will showcase 61 manufacturers, 225 supplier exhibitors and several inverter companies, but AIMS Power will separate itself with the widest variety of inverters along with the promise of the lowest prices on the market today.
“You’ll really be able to see our inverters side-by-side with some of our biggest competition at the RV Show, so we really want to shine light on the fact that we beat them out on many of the key points that drive consumer satisfaction,” de Jong said. “Whether it’s the quality and reliability of the product or the price they’re getting it for, there’s not another inverter company in the world that can compete with us.”
AIMS Power supplies everything needed for renewable solar, off-grid, mobile and emergency backup power systems in RVs, boats, homes, offices, mobile businesses and worksites, and the company specializes in power inverters that transform DC (direct current) power produced by solar panels and stored by deep-cycle batteries into AC (alternating current) electricity that can be used to run most all tools and appliances.
The company is unique in the off-grid and renewable energy markets, because it distinguishes itself with more than 52 inverter models to meet customers’ varying needs.
AIMS Power’s low frequency inverters are said to be its top-of the-line product offering, available in 1000, 1500, 2000, 3000, 4000 and 6000 watt models, and the AIMS Power 2000 watt pure sine low frequency inverter charger is one of the more popular units among RV users.
Some of the most sought-after features these low frequency inverters have are: one, a heavy-duty transformer allowing for a 300 percent surge capacity; and two, the fact that they’re either two or three products in one — an inverter, AC-to-DC battery charger, and solar charge controller (in 1500 and 3000 watt models).
“These are the types of features that give RV owners the freedom and versatility they need to live off-the-grid for any extended period of time,” Nichols said. “We work with RV owners almost every day, and we always recommend our low frequency models because that’s the reliability needed when you’re out in the boonies.”
The ‘low frequency’ moniker is given to the inverter by virtue of the lowered level of total harmonic distortion (THD) it produces, making it quieter and slightly more efficient. It’s a popular specification with RV owners because it makes the inverter virtually inaudible.
The big difference-maker for RV owners in choosing a power system that runs on an inverter and battery bank, rather than a fuel-powered generator, is that it’s far more convenient, producing little-to-no noise and zero emissions.
"It allows you to use the system indoors with practically no maintenance, so it’s nice when you’re getting ready to go to bed and just want to watch a little TV, turn on a space heater or possibly a fan," Nichols said. "With a generator, that could turn into a 15-minute ordeal filled with you spilling gasoline everywhere, waking the neighbors and coming back to bed with a headache."
"Inverters simply make life easier for RV lovers."
About AIMS Power:
AIMS Power has become a multimillion dollar company because of commitment to the inverter industry. Inverters will be sold worldwide regardless, but innovation combined with excellent customer service separates AIMS Power from the competition. Buying an inverter is almost never a cut-and-dry process, so AIMS Power prides itself on being the most accessible company in the inverter industry. When it comes to technical support and providing quality information to customers, AIMS Power’s utilization of its communication platforms is unmatched. Inverter users call and e-mail our technical support and customer service teams daily from all over the world with issues ranging from aftermarket RV upgrades to backup power systems during hurricane season, and they always reach a real person with a real commitment to solving their problem — no matter how big or small. To contact the AIMS Power team, simply call (775)359-6703 or e-mail sales(at)AIMScorp(dot)net.