Morningstar's SureSine' Inverter Receives UL Certification

Morningstar is pleased to announce it has received authorization to mark its SureSine' Pure Sine Wave Inverter as UL and cUL (for Canada) compliant with electrical safety and code standards.

Washington Crossing, PA USA - Morningstar is pleased to announce it has received authorization to mark its SureSine' Pure Sine Wave Inverter as UL and cUL (for Canada) compliant with electrical safety and code standards. This product is a 300 watt (115V AC output) toroidal transformer design with outstanding surge capability, high efficiency and extensive electronic protections.


The SureSine has been developed using Morningstar's power electronics expertise and 25 years of experience with remote off-grid photovoltaic (PV) systems. The inverter was designed specifically to meet the needs of rural PV electrification requiring AC power and small PV systems for telecom, remote cabins, weekend homes, and RV/caravans and boats.

The SureSine's combination of performance, features and competitive price provides the best small inverter value on the market. It is highly reliable, having no internal cooling fan or other moving parts prone to failure.

Morningstar is the world's leading supplier of solar charge controllers and inverters whose quality products provide higher reliability and better performance. The firm's products are sold through a network of over 164 authorized solar distributors worldwide.

For further information, please visit our website at http://www.morningstarcorp.com/products/SureSine/.

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