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jdurand 2019-06-13 17:04:32
This is about the 3000 Watt model. I would give this 5 stars EXCEPT, when I connected it I had no lights. I took the cover off and found a cable unplugged. I plugged it in and now all is good. The instruction manual is for a different model. :( I tested this on a test bench, no load yet. Input voltage 12.0 V from a bench power supply Idle current: 1 Amp Output voltage: 225V Frequency: 50Hz (Finally someone got this right, I've had two different brand inverters that were 55 and 57Hz) Sine wave: Looks good on the oscilloscope. The step-up transformers are marked 1kW each, so it looks like this was properly designed to put out a continuous 1500 Watts. The DC input connectors look reasonably sized and the supplied cables seem adequate for typical use at less than 1/2 of the max label rating. Always buy an inverter 2 or more times bigger than you think you need. I will test with load later when I hook it to my batteries (550 Amp Hour @ 12V) The photo is the cable that was unplugged, the white connector at the bottom of the display PC board.
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  • jdurand BangGood,as always, needed a video of the above message since they can't seem to read text. The boring video is here: https://youtu.be/cbOsQWBAKrc

    Reply 2019-06-15 15:19:14
  • frank1984 Hallo jdurand. Ek neem aan jy is afrikaans. Ek wil die inverter koop maar wil net eers by jou hoor of dit n goeie koop is?

    Reply 2019-06-27 09:12:53
  • frank1984 Asook kan jy die batterye met solar panels charge deur die inverter? Enige hulp sal waardeer word.

    Reply 2019-06-27 09:13:40
  • Stoff @frank1984 HAllo Frank, het jy toe die inverter gekoop? Kan jy dit aanbeveel? dankie. Lourens.

    Reply 2019-12-15 05:01:18
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