Microtek Inverter

The advancement in the technology, there has been a change in our lifestyles. Previously people had no option but to wait for long hours when power distributor faltered. But thanks to the invention of power inverter, followed and the present day online. 

Dynamics have completely changed. With inverters in place, people don’t need to wait for long for electricity to come back. Businesses used to face the worst impact of power cuts (in the pre-inverter era). But inverters are now the saviors. So, not only the households but also the business setups rely heavily on the power back up.

There are many brands which provide a solution to power outages in the form of inverters. They include renown companies like Microtek, , Videocon etc. Microtek is one of the leading brands. 

Key Microtek Inverter Technology

Visual Indicator to Display Status of Various Parameters

To keep an eye on the status of an appliance is not an easy task. Therefore, Microtek inverter from Hybrid and Max+ series comes with 6 indicators on the LED display that apprises the user with various statuses and faults, if any. Continuous blinking of LED is an indicator that the system is completely charged.

 This is something we really liked about Microtek inverters. Additionally, there are indicators which notify the user about low battery, blown fuse, mains on and overload.

Static Bypass to Avoid Unnecessary Power Cuts

This would result in momentary discontinuity of the power and would only work till the battery lasts. This means customers need to call an electrician/engineer to fix this issue. But thankfully new inverters in the latest Max series comes with a static bypass feature. So, even if there is an internal problem in the Microtek inverter or it stops working, then the static bypass feature comes to the rescue. .

DSC-based Technology to Improve Processing Power of the UPS

Inverters, which converts , are designed to be used with different voltage ranges and topologies. Besides the main functionality of DC to AC conversion, modern Microtek inverters also provide additional functions like power maximization, battery charging, and protection of the circuitry. All these functions require specialized control that can occur in real time or near-real time. 

The wide variations in application mandate the need for a system content

Battery charging in UPS especially the solar ones is not an easy process. Older UPS usually uses simple on-off regulators to limit battery outgassing when a solar panel produced excess energy. 

 This results in an improved charging efficiency, rapid recharging, and a healthy battery at full capacity. These are additional benefits of using PWM technology in the UPS:

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Multi Stage Battery Charging to Ensure Long Life of the Battery

Modern Microtek with multi-stage battery charging to expedite the charging process. Also, multi-stage charging improves the longevity of the battery used with the inverter. Depending upon the models, they employ 3-5 stages of battery charging. Let us cover individual battery charging stages in more detail:


Over the time as the inverter is used, due to chemical processes involved in the charging, sulphate crystals accumulate around the battery. This can hamper smooth charging of batteries. Solar UPS coming with PWM technology start the battery charging process . 

start, wherein low voltage low current electricity is passed through the battery. This prevents overheating of the battery and keeps the internal battery temperature stable and normal.

Bulk Charge

Bulk charge is the most common stage for any inverter battery charging. In this stage, Microtek inverter processor provides a full charge in high voltage and pre-define current. This stage is the longest stage accounting for more than 70 percent of the charging.


Absorption stage is usually the penultimate stage of the inverter battery charging. In the absorption stage of the Microtek inverters, the battery charges slowly because of constant high voltage and decreasing current. They generally charge last 20% of the battery in a slow manner to safeguard it from overcharging and overheating.

Trickle Charge

This is the final stage of modern Microtek inverter battery charging. In this stage, inverter processor supplies intermittent electricity called trickle charge. Trickle charge is one in which the battery is supplied with low voltage and low current at a rate nearly equaling to the idle discharge rate of the battery. This is an effective way to prevent battery overcharging.


Things which we find missing with Microtek inverter is that there is no automatic temperature compensation feature which is present in the premium  This means that in extreme climatic conditions inverter might not perform as expected.


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