Two New Inverter Models from Exide – an overview

After a long gap, the battery manufacturing giant Exide has unveiled two new inverter models in its Home UPS series.

So, to avoid the confusion, Exide has renamed its existing successful pure sinewave inverter model as

“Exide Premium Pure Sine Wave UPS” (inverter with LCD display)

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Two New Models

Exide has launched two new inverter models for Home use,

Here we go,

1. Exide Xtatic Home UPS system (pure sine wave)

2. Exide Eco Home UPS system (Quasi Sine Wave)

Exide Xtatic Home UPS

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One of the models newly launched is ‘Exide Xtatic’, which is pure sine wave inverter, ideal for home use.

Actually this one is a low cost pure sine wave inverter from Exide.

This inverter has no LCD display

But in terms of technology, it somewhat fulfills the need of an end user. It is equipped with ASIC technology, which adjusts the battery charge current according to the battery condition. This results in better battery life.

It also has a battery electrolyte level indicator, which helps us to maintain the battery regularly by water toppings.

Exide Xtatic Home UPS is a good choice for home use with sensitive electronic gadgets like LCD, LED TV’s, Laptops and computers.

But still Exide Premium Sine wave UPS wins the race with some minimal differences.

Exide ECO Home UPS system

exide Eco inverter

Few years back Exide has started manufacturing Home UPS systems in India, since the very beginning Exide has manufactured only high quality Pure sine wave inverter models.

Besides the heavy competition in market, Exide did not compromise with the quality and did not want to manufacture square wave inverters, which is low cost alternative for pure sine wave inverters.

But now it seems like Exide has decided to compete with Microtek, luminous and Sukam in the low cost square wave inverter market.

Yes, Exide has now unveiled a Quasi Sine Wave inverter model called Exide ECO

What is Quasi Sine Wave? Is it equal to Pure sine wave?

Quasi Sine wave is a current wave form which is more or less equal to Square wave current.

It cannot be compared with Pure sine wave.

We do not recommend using square wave inverters for sensitive electronic gadgets. Example: LCD, LED, Laptops, Desktops, water pumps, Mobile charging etc.

Exide ECO inverter is a good low cost inverter for normal home use (for non-sensitive gadgets).

If you want power backup only for few tube lights and ceiling fans, you could choose Exide Eco Home UPS.

Available VA Ranges

Exide Xtatic and Exide ECO Home UPS systems are available in three different variants.

1. 650 VA (max load-450 watts)

2. 850 VA (max load-580 watts)

3. 1450 VA (max load-1000 watts)

650 VA and 850 VA are single battery systems and 1450 VA variant is double battery system, which means, it needs minimum two 12 v batteries to operate.

How to Choose the best suitable variant?
If you want to use kitchen mixer with your inverter, we recommend buying 850 VA or 1450 VA inverter.

If you want your Fan and tube lights to run without any irritating humming noise, better you choose pure sine wave inverter model.

  • kARTechnology

    there is already exide ceil inverter without display, no use for exide extatic inverter, no use of launching it

  • Black Hole

    To Admin: Please publish an article about Exide battery batch number codes and their meaning, which will help buyers to know the manufacturing date of the battery before buying it.

    • Admin

      Sure, we will do it asap.

  • Admin

    Dear Abc,
    Exide India has recently launched Exide Eco, a quasi sine wave inverter.

    But we recommend pure sine wave inverter for sensitive loads like laptop charging, desktop PC and LED TV’s

  • Admin

    Dear Arun,
    I will give you one confuguration, if you like it, you can go
    for it.

    I recommend

    Sukam Fusion 2.2 KVA Pure sine wave inverter (36V) 3 battery system – Rs.12300/- (online Price)

    check the price here http://upsinverterinfo.com/recommends/sukam-fusion-22kva-pure-sine-wave-inverter-3-battery-system
    Sukam Fusion is better than Microtek and Exide. Also 2.2KVA is will handle your load flawlessly like a 2.5 KVA inverter.

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    For Battery

    We would like to recommend

    Exide INVAMASTER 20000 – 200 AH Tall tubular battery

    This battery would last long for more than 4 years, also less expensive than Inva Tubular series.

    • Arun

      Thank you Ravi. Your opinion and data is indeed very helpful. Thank you.

      • Admin

        Always welcome!

  • sree

    Hi,
    Can you let me know what is the difference between “Exide EX650 VA Home UPS Inverter” and “Exide EXC650 VA Home UPS Inverter”.

    Is the “Exide EXC” series newer than “Exide EX”.

    Thanks,

    Sree

  • Nand Prakash

    Can “Exide Xtatic Home UPS system” be used for Solar PV sustem setup ? I mean Is there any option available for MPPT charge controller in this system ?

    • Admin

      Dear Nand Prakash,
      Exide xtatic Home UPS inverter can be used for solar purpose by adding a solar conversion kit to it.

      No inbuilt solar charge controller available with it.

  • Tanmay Goyal

    Please provide the market review of exide eco series