MicroSolar – 300W(Peak 600w) Pure Sine Wave Inverter – with Two Wires

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300W(Peak 600w) Pure Sine Wave Inverter.

12V DC Input, 120V AC Output.

Input under voltage activation: 10.6V.

Input under voltage protection: 10V.

Input over voltage protection: 16V

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

  • 300W (Peak 600W) Pure Sinewave Inverter
  • Efficiency 90%, with 2 battery wires which is 2 Feet (60 cm) longer.
  • 12V DC Input, 120V AC Output
  • Three months FREE replacement. One YEAR’s warranty.
  • Input under voltage activation: 10.6V. Input over voltage protection: 16V

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2 Responses to MicroSolar – 300W(Peak 600w) Pure Sine Wave Inverter – with Two Wires

  1. Stevil says:

    True sine wave, lightweight, works well This inverter is small and light. I verified that it produces a true sine wave (albeit a little bumpy) with an oscilloscope. Power Factor (PF) measures quite low at low loads, but measured around 0.6 with heavier loads (I only tested up to about 100W.) A similarly-rated Samlex inverter has a better PF, but it’s much more expensive, and possibly no more reliable. I stress tested it with a 1200W hair dryer, and while it did cyclically trigger overload protection, it didn’t completely shut down,…

  2. James says:

    True sine wave inverter at a very reasonable price I was skeptical given the low price of this inverter and some horror stories I’d read about low cost pure sine inverters in the past. I put this one through its paces and so far so good. The output is a nice clean sine wave just as it should be. At now load you can see a trace of the carrier frequency but it smooths right out as soon as you put a load on it and looks cleaner than what comes out of the wall. Frequency is not particularly precise, I measured just under 61Hz but unless you’re…