Sine wave technology
Conventional AC power is produced by rotating machines (alternators) that produce a smooth alternation, like that of a pendulum. It is described mathematically as a "
". It is the ideal waveform for the transfer of AC power.
When converting AC to DC power most DC controllers will convert the AC power to a DC Square wave or DC modified square wave. For the most part a DC Modified square wave will often emulate a True Sine wave reasonably well but the driven pump will often operate with audible levels of noise and a slightly ‘choppy’ operation due to the stepped square wave form compared to a smooth True Sine Wave.
True Sine Wave
Technology the new SOW Sine wave pumps result in a quiet and smooth operation that extends the lifespan of the wavemaker.
New controller, all electronics have been moved out of the water column.
Large degree of rotation for ideal positioning.
Master and slave, wireless control over multiple pumps for easy control.
Mini form factor, large flow, small price.
SOW-15 - 1200 to 15000LPH