Renogy inverters convert DC electricity, or direct current, into AC electricity, or alternating current. AC is the type of electricity that most homes and consumer appliances use. Renogy offers a variety of inverters to suit most applications. Whether you’re in your cabin or on the road, make sure you have an inverter to make it feel more like home.

Comparison Chart

Model 700W 12V Pure Sine Wave Inverter P2 1000W 12V Pure Sine Wave Inverter P2 2000W 12V Pure Sine Wave Inverter P2 3000W 12V Pure Sine Wave Inverter P2
System Voltage 12V DC 12V DC 12V DC 12V DC
AC Output Voltage 110V±10% 110V±10% 110V±10% 110V±10%
Effciency 90% 90% 90% 90%
No Load Current Draw <0.8A <1.0A <2.0A <2.5A
Battery Types Sealed, Gel Flooded and Lithium Sealed, Gel Flooded and Lithium Sealed, Gel Flooded and Lithium Sealed, Gel Flooded and Lithium
AC Sockets 2 2 3 3
AC Hardwire Capability
Dimensions 12.5 x 7.0 x 3.0 in 13.0 x 7.0 x 3.0 in 17.5 x 8.7 x 3.7 in 19.0 x 9.0 x 4.0 in
Weight 5.3 lbs 6 lbs 11.7 lbs 12.5 lbs
  • 1. What is a battery inverter?

    Renogy Pure Sine Wave Inverters are available in different sizes and power an array of ranges to suit just about any application. They deliver superior performance for off-grid applications, providing stable power for applications that are sensitive to AC voltage variations. We offer 12V Renogy Pure Sine Wave Inverters from 700W-3000W and are typically used in RV, Boat, and Cabin applications.

  • 2. Do I need an Inverter with my solar system?

    You will require an Inverter If you plan to power A/C or 120-volt loads. These electrical components need to be connected to an A/C outlet

  • 3. What size Inverter 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.

  • 4. Where should the inverter be mounted?

    We recommend mounting the inverter within 5 feet of the batteries to limit any efficiency loss.

A/C Loads:

Please keep in mind that if you will be powering A/C loads it is important to take the rated watts of each load and divide it by the operational voltage of your battery bank. For example, a 200-watt A/C load divided by 12-volts equals an hourly amperage consumption of 16-17 amps per hour. You can now take the amperage consumption (16-17 amps) and multiply it by your load's approximate runtime and this will equal the necessary amount of amp hours. 17 amps multiplied by a runtime of 2 hours equals 34 amp-hours.