Modified Sine Wave Inverter:
Modified sine wave inverter, or quasi-sine wave inverter, works with most of standard appliances. Based on simple but older technology, typical modified sine wave inverter can be applied to simple power system without any delicate electronics or audio equipment. In some cases, your equipment may run hotter with modified sine wave inverter, which may also bring out potential in damaging your device in a long run.
Pure Sine Wave Inverter:
Compared to modified sine wave inverter, pure sine wave inverter produces much more efficient power and far less interference ensuring your equipment to work at its full capacity. Pure sine wave inverter is generally preferred for sensitive electronics that require more efficient power and protection, while offers great versatility than modified sine wave model.
Pure sine wave has the following advantages compared to modified sine wave in applications:
b) Pure sine wave ensures inductive loads in electronics to run quieter, faster, cooler, and smoother.
c) Pure sine wave helps in reducing humming noise or buzz when using electronics such as fluorescent lights, game consoles, TV, and fans.
d) Pure sine wave works in preventing crashes in computers, and eliminating noise, glitches, or indistinct printout in monitors.