- Convert 24V DC to AC household quality of the highest quality. Thanks to the pure sine wave a continuous output of up to 3000 W is available for various 220 V / 230 V devices. The resistance power factor is 0.9 and the inductive load performance factor is 0.33.
- With the LED input / output voltage indicator, you can clearly see the status of your battery and inverter. The voltage converter has all modern
- Safety functions such as soft starting, over/low voltage protection or overload protection and is therefore also suitable for drills, microwaves, table saws, compressors and much more.
- The genuine pure sine wave converter is very robust, thanks to its fan cooling with temperature control (works above 45 °C) and is therefore also suitable for continuous operation.
- With the wireless remote control, you can control your inverter at 10 m away without having to set up the line. As we are confident in our products, we offer our customers a 1 year manufacturer's warranty and lifetime technical support.
Continuous output power: 3000 W.
Impact power: 6000 W.
Input direct voltage (DC): DC 12 V.
Output alternating voltage (AC): 190-240V AC (for 220V/230V/240V)
Frequency: 50 Hz.
Open circuit current: ≤ 1A.
Output waveform: pure sine wave
Inversion efficiency: 90%.
Temperature protection: (75 °C).
Net weight: 5.5 kg.
Size: 400 x 180 x 140 mm.
Protection against too low input voltage, overload and overtemperature.
Reverse polarity protection for battery (fuse triggers).
Automatic voltage regulation (AVR).
Intelligent energy management (IPM).
Intelligent fan control (IFC).
What are inverters and do I need them?
Inverters turn the DC output collected from your solar panels into alternating current (AC), which is the standard used by all commercial appliances. Inverters serve as the gateway between the photovoltaic system and the devices and appliances drawing energy from your solar panel system. You’ll typically need an inverter for any solar panel larger than five watts.
What is the difference between pure sine wave and modified sine wave inverters?
When shopping for an inverter, there are two main options to choose from: pure sine wave and modified sine wave inverters.
Pure Sine Wave Inverters:
Pure sine wave inverters are capable of producing smooth, quiet, and reliable electricity to operate appliances and electronics without any interference. Like its name suggests, pure sine wave inverters produce current in a pure sine wave shape. Renogy sells a range of pure sine wave inverters of varying capacities to fit your solar installation and energy needs. Renogy inverters also provide overload protection for both DC input and AC output to prevent damage to the components and the unit.
Modified Sine Wave Inverters:
In modified sine wave inverters, the polarity abruptly switches from positive to negative versus a true sine wave. When looking at the wave, it has a stair-step, square pattern, where the polarity is flipped back and forth. That choppy wave can negatively affect more delicate, sensitive equipment. If you have medical equipment you need to power, such as a CPAP machine, you won’t be able to use a modified sine wave inverter. Additionally, in many cases, you’ll hear a hum with devices attached to a modified sine wave inverter. However, with simple devices and appliances, modified sine wave inverters typically do the job.
What do I need a pure sine wave inverter to run?
As noted above, you need a pure sine wave inverter to run appliances with AC motors, such as microwaves and refrigerators; medical equipment, such as CPAP machines with humidifiers, sensitive electronics, laser printers, newer TV’s, and appliances with electronic timers or digital clocks. Your laptop may work with a modified sine wave inverter, although some claim that using one can shorten the lifespan of your laptop’s battery.