MicroSolar – 12V 2000W (Peak 4000W) Pure Sine Wave Inverter – with Battery Cable & Remote Wire Controller

-We supply 6 month’s free replacement and 1 year warranty.

-Caution

Some appliances, particularly those with electric motors, require a very high Starting Surge Power of around 5 to 8 times the Running Power for the initial start up.

Pumps, air conditioner, microwave, laser printer, washing machine, refrigerators (compressors), are the most common example.

##The surge power of such appliance must not exceed the peak power of this inverter (4000W).

-Specifications

DC 12v system

Input under voltage protection: 10V

Input under voltage activation: 10.6V

Input over voltage protection: 15V

Conversion efficiency: 90%

Note: Induction motors such as air conditioners, refrigerators, freezers, microwave ovens, and pumps may have a start up surge of 3 to 7 times the continuous rating. Heat generating appliances such as hair dryers and water heaters will have high peak surges as well.

Example: If the microwave oven has peak surge which is 4 times the continuous wattage, the 1200 Watt continuous microwave ovens will have 4 x 1200 Watts = 4800 Watts peak surge. The recommended inverter to run 1200 Watt continuous and 4800 Watt peak surge microwave is 2500/5000 Watt inverter or larger. In general, induction motors require an initial surge of power to start up (“starting load” or “peak load”). Once started, the tool or appliance requires less power to continue to operate (“continuous load”)

A laser printer generally requires a pure sine wave inverter capable of surging at least 6.5 times the maximum wattage rating of the printer. For instance, a laser printer rated at 500 watts requires an inverter with a surge rating of at least 3,250 watts.

Product Features

  • 12V DC Input, 120V AC Output. Conversion efficiency: 90%
  • 6 months free replacement and 1 year’s warranty.
  • With Remote Wire Controller. With 2 Sets ( 4 cables) 7 AWG 2 Foot (60 cm) Battery Cable
  • 2000W Pure Sine Wave Inverter. Peak power 4000w
  • Input under voltage protection: 10V. Input over voltage protection: 15V.

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3 Responses to MicroSolar – 12V 2000W (Peak 4000W) Pure Sine Wave Inverter – with Battery Cable & Remote Wire Controller

  1. Thomas Didymus says:

    I Upgraded From a 1000W MicroSolar Inverter – Here’s My Comparison I started out with the 1000 watt version of MicroSolar’s pure sine inverter. I use my inverter to supply power to an off-grid cabin. I run appliances like a pellet stove, lights, vacuum cleaners, TV, etc. Normally my power consumption is relatively low (a few hundred watts), but on occasion it may exceed 1000 watts, and the surge current of certain motorized tools often exceed what the little 1000 watt inverter can handle.This larger inverter is relatively 2X the 1000W inverter. It…

  2. Justin Nakoa Cole says:

    Best Pure Sine Wave Inverter hands down! Why buy any other pure sine wave inverter? This thing is amazing, super efficient, high quality, low price! I have this in my camper with 380 watts of solar and 4 batteries. Runs the 5000 btu air conditioner all day just with the solar panels power battery voltage stays at 12.3v from 10am to 5pm. The inverter hardly even gets warm fans turn on maybe twice the whole time. The whole time its running the air conditioner its also running the mini fridge with plenty of power left. I can run a 2hp…

  3. Bob T says:

    oops didn’t make it two years!! I really enjoyed the inverter while it was working but the board cooked!!! I made a mistake and bought a harbor freight 2000W inverter for $150. The modified sine wave made the microwave and ceiling fan in my RV slower, and drained the batterys with wasted energy. This unit is twice the size, quiet and well made for a little more than double the money. The remote allows for placement near the batterys, and easy off and on from inside the camper. I also installed 4 225 Amp hour 6V AGM batterys, 700W of solar, and a MPPT controler. I’m not able to run the AC but it does…