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  • What is the advantage of an inverter charger over a regular inverter?

    An inverter charger is capable of doing everything an inverter can as well as charge the battery bank using shore power when available.

  • What type of batteries is the inverter charger capable of charging?

    The inverter charger can charge Sealed, Gel, and Flooded batteries

  • What size Inverter charger do I need?

    We recommend adding up the rated watts of the loads that you intend to run at the same time. For example, if you will be using 3-loads such as a fan, an LED light, and a water pump and these loads add up to a total wattage consumption of 600-watts per hour, we would recommend a 1,000-watt inverter charger.

  • What is a Transfer Switch?

    A transfer switch allows the inverter to switch between the AC shore power and AC inverter mode (DC to AC) in a matter of milliseconds, allowing electronics to continue working without any interruptions.

Comparison Chart

Model 2000W 12V Pure Sine Wave Inverter Charger w/ LCD 3000W 12V Pure Sine Wave Inverter Charger w/ LCD
System Voltage 12V DC 12V DC
Nominal Output Voltage RMS 230VAC (200~240VAC, 10V interval) 230VAC (200~240VAC, 10V interval)
Output Waveform Pure Sine Wave Pure Sine Wave
Effciency 90% Peak >90% Peak
No Load Power Consumption: Normal: <20W; Power Saving: <15W <30W; Power Saving: <15W
Remote Display
Battery Types Sealed, Gel and Flooded Sealed, Gel and Flooded
AC Hardwire Capability
Surge Protection
Dimensions 20.1 x 9.7 x 7.6 in / 510 x 248 x 193 mm 20.1 x 9.7 x 7.6 in / 510 x 248 x 193 mm
Weight 23.2 Kg 28.8 Kg