Go Power! GP-SW1500-12 1500-Watt Pure Sine Wave Inverter

Go Power! 1500-Watt Pure Sine Wave Inverter takes 12 volt DC battery power and converts it to an exact replica of AC houshold power. It is guarenteed to run any load within their wattage range and has a 2 year warranty. This inverter has two GFCI outlets and can use the GP-DC-KIT3 to connect to the batteries with ease. As long as the load is not greater then 1500 watt this inverter will run it and the GP-SW1500-12 can surge to 2000 watt as well as contains all instruction required.

Product Features

  • 1500 watt continuous pure sine wave inverter 12 volt input
  • 2000 watt surge
  • 2 GFCI protected outlets to plug into
  • Over voltage, under voltage and overload protections
  • 2 Year warranty

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3 Responses to Go Power! GP-SW1500-12 1500-Watt Pure Sine Wave Inverter

  1. R. Kirk says:

    Powerful Inverter with Clean Power I’m a mobile DJ and bought this inverter to power my 4000 watt PA/Lighting system. It replaced a modified sine wave unit that was noisy (static) through the speakers. This unit is completely quiet and actually provides cleaner power then my mains service. It works very well and doesn’t seem to break a sweat running the PA and lighting system – also powering a laptop, mixer and effects rack. It is light weight and feels very sturdy. All of the connections are good and will accommodate 4ga…

  2. Doug says:

    Works Well So Far I’ve had it about a month and it seems well made. I like old school well built stuff and this is exactly that – meaning it has a good thick powder coat paint job that will last, a real on/off switch that truly cuts the circuit clean off (all lights, all power, cut dead right now – no standby crap, no request to shutdown crap), stiff output outlets, bright large LEDs on panel, clear marking and labeling, plenty of venting, beefy fans, and a thick metal case that you could probably drop a claw…

  3. jsanti1984 says:

    You get what you pay for and I’m glad I didn’t skimp! This unit replaced a Xantrex pure sine wave inverter that I fried with a widowmaker (accidentally pluged it into the trailer while the trailer was connected to utility power, I learned my lesson) I had high hopes because we live in a rural area with no municipal water supply, and I needed a (relatively) cheap pure sinewave inverter that could, in conjunction with my solar panels and battery bank, drive a 1/2 horsepower well pump. This unit could not start the pump, even though the locked rotor…