Las Vegas (PRWEB) August 30, 2013
AIMS Power Inverter Charger & Freedom Kegerator Make Cold Beer Mobile
The Freedom Kegerator, running on an AIMS Power inverter charger, brings mobile beer dispensing to the masses, providing more beer in more places this summer.
It took a 2000 watt AIMS Power inverter charger, a couple deep-cycle batteries, an idea, and nearly five years of preparation to make the Freedom Kegerator a reality.
But since its debut this year, the mobile beer dispensing system has become a million dollar product bringing fresh pints to parched patrons across the globe.
You might see the Freedom Kegerator at a Dallas Cowboys game in the $1.2 billion AT&T Stadium, at a Lakers game in the Staples Center, at amusement parks like Six Flags or even art and music festivals like Burning Man.
“It increases profit margin, because it turns a traffic area into a revenue stream,” inventor of the Freedom Kegerator Mark Johnson said. “Customers coming into a football game, for instance, can get a beer with their program, then once that traffic area slows down, you can cart that unit right to a new location and set up.
“You’re just unplugged and not anchored by AC power.”
The backbone of the system Johnson uses to achieve 10 hours of mobile beer-tapping power is a DC to AC inverter, which transforms direct current power from a battery bank into alternating current electricity that’s used to chill and pour your beer.
He says choosing the right inverter was one of the most important stages of developing the product.
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