Luminous introduces long-lasting ‘Inverlast’ batteries for inverters

Wandel International Nigeria Limited, a member of the Simba Group andmakers of alternate energy power solutions which include inverters and solar powered systems recently launched its Inverlast range of inverter batteries into the country at a dealer’s conference held in Abuja.

Luminous Inverlast batteries are long-lasting batteries developed especially for inverter usage. Theyuse a tubular battery designwhich reduces internal corrosion and extends the life of the battery. The batteries also charge much faster compared to existing ones available in the marketdue to the way the tubes are structured, which positively impacts the way they store energy.

Speaking at the conference, a representative of Simba Group, Mr. Rajneesh Gupta stated thatthese batteries have already taken over the Indian inverter battery market, and the company is ready to launch these batteries in Nigeria. He added, “At Simba, we have always been at the forefront of innovation and that is what has driven our success. We have invested in the infrastructure required to launch these batteries in Nigeria, so that our customers are able to derive the specific technological benefits, and enjoy always-on power for longer.”

L-R: Chief Operation Coordinator, Wandel International Nigeria Limited, Mr. Rajneesh Gupta; Chief Executive Officer, Green Kapital, Mr. Chinedu Ibezimako; Regional Head (East & West Africa), Luminous Power Technologies (India) Private Limited, Mr. Soamy Dixit and Business Promotion Strategist, Wandel International Nigeria Limited, Mr. Suresh Pykkat during the Luminous Dealers Conference held in Abuja recently.

Also speaking at the conference, a senior official of Luminous India, Mr. Soamy Dixit explained that Luminous is by far the biggest player in the inverter segment in India, and the company’s brand of Tubular batteries dominates the market due to itsadvanced technologically, and remains extremely affordable because of Luminous’ in-house R&D.

“We manufacture our inverters in India, the biggest inverter market in the world where nearly the entire market uses Tubular batteries now. This is because these batteries are designed specifically for inverter applications and the technology used allows it to last longer than the VRLA batteries which are still used in the Nigerian market” he said.

Responding on behalf of the dealers, Mr. Hibbolitus Nzebube of Shobaz Electricals noted that the performance of the batteries in the market and testimony from many households haveshown that Nigerians are really pleased with the quality of service.

”I can say that my customers have been testifying to the performance of the products. I have not had any complaint from customers and it has been good testimonies all the way.”he disclosed.