Power Bright PW6000-12 Power Inverter 6000 Watt 12 Volt DC To 110 Volt AC

A 12-volt power inverter converts 12-volt DC power or direct current to standard AC power or alternating current, which allows you to run electrical equipment off your car or marine battery for mobile applications. The 6,000-Watt 12-Volt Modified Sine Wave Inverter from Power Bright provides 29.2A, a no-load draw of < .3A and four 3-prong AC outlets. This inverter also has an anodized aluminum case for durability, an LED display that shows input and output wattages, built-in cooling fan, internal 30A spade-type fuses and an overload indicator. It includes an audible low-voltage alarm and will shut down in case of overload, thermal or short circuit problems.

Product Features

  • Anodized Aluminum Case Provides Durability
  • Led Display Shows Input & Output Wattages
  • Built-in Cooling Fan
  • 6000 watts continuous power
  • 12000 watts peak power
  • Heavy Duty

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3 Responses to Power Bright PW6000-12 Power Inverter 6000 Watt 12 Volt DC To 110 Volt AC

  1. Uranus Speaks says:

    Powerful Product For The Price From Lowe’s (same author) This inverter has so far (about three weeks of use) proven reliable and easy to use. The question is does the average person need a “6000” watt inverter. From what I’ve learned, it depends mainly on what your appliance starting loads require, not the operating load. If you’re going to run a modern refrigerator or microwave oven I’ve found the 3000 watt starts and runs ok. But I wouldn’t recommend it for the big microwave ovens–the 3000 watt unit just can’t keep up…

  2. Mario Jr. says:

    This is REAL POWER! 10kBTU A/C got power on! First I bought a small inverted thinking it will be enough to power up a big air condition and it failed. Then, I bought this humongous powerful inverter and at first it also failed. Their customer service is GREAT explain the problem. I was connecting the inverter with gauge 4 cables and it was powering up most stuff, but when it came to the 10,000 BTU air condition it failed. Then, they told me to change does weak gauge 4 cables and get gauge 0. After, that it was a beauty. This is…

  3. Pastor B says:

    6000 watt power inverter I have purchased this unit to be used if the grid goes down and not as my primary power source. It is larger than what I actually need but the price so reasonable I wanted a system that could easily take care of my needs. I have an ample battery bank so my peace of mind is in control.It will run most everything in my home and for a short time I did run a small window A/C. The exception is that my older food freezer will not run with this so I also purchased a small 1kw pure sine wave…