The perfect addition to any off-grid system, whether for a van or a cabin, the Renogy 2000W Pure Sine Wave Power Inverter acts as a DC to AC converter that allows you to power your household appliances. Unlike modified sine wave inverters, this 2000W inverter is a pure sine wave, capable of producing cleaner, smoother, and more reliable electricity to operate tools, fans, lights, and other electronics without interference. Many off-grid systems require a 12V solar inverter to power everyday electronics and this one includes multiple protections to help things run smoothly and safely.
The AC priority switch function enables the inverter automatically switch from the battery (DC) to the mains (AC) and vice-vercer whenever the utility company takes/loses power!
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- Electronic overload protection with automatic shutdown.
- Built-in internal backup DC fuse provides added safety.
- Low battery voltage protection with automatic shutdown.
- Over temperature protection with automatic shutdown.
- Output short circuit protection.
Minimum 12V Lithium Battery Bank Sizing
The following are the minimum battery quantities to operate Renogy power inverters. This is ONLY for 12V applications.
|Battery Bank Qty/ Inverter Size||50Ah||100Ah||170Ah|
2000W 12V Pure Sine Wave Inverter
Inverter Remote Control
|Renogy 2000W 12V Pure Sine Wave Inverter|
|Input Voltage: 12VDC||Continuous Power: 2000W|
|Surge Power: 4000W||Output Voltage: 220VAC±10|
|Output Frequency (Nominal): 50Hz±0.3||Output Wave form:Pure Sine Wave|
|Static Current: 1.3A||Input Voltage Range: 11-16Vdc|
|Low Voltage Shutdown: 10Vdc||Recover from low voltage protection|
|Battery supply & AC main transfer time within 50mS||High Voltage Shutdown: 16.3Vdc|
|Dimensions: 442*220*92 mm||Weight: 4.8Kg|
1-year material and workmanship warranty
|Accessories||1-year material warranty|
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Works as intended. Easy to setup. Bigger than I thought. Purchased as an emergency power source in case the power grid goes down. Got it connected to a 100AH Voltx LifePo4 battery, which sits inside a Hardkorr Battery box that has an 175A Anderson connection. So I've got the Inverter connected to the 175A connection running 0 B&S battery cables (~260A rating)......of course, the limiting factor here is the 100A discharge rating of my battery, but that's ok, as I won't be running appliances over 1200W......if all that makes sense :) Only issue is that the battery cables that came with the inverter are rated at 80A (as confirmed by Renogy Support).....imo, there are under-sized / insufficient for an inverter of this size, as you'll require higher-rated cables to make the most of the 2000W (and more on surge). You do the math ---> a 2000W AC load sucking from a 12V source battery equals potentially 166A running through the cables. Overall I'm pretty happy. George
Had the old Kings inverter before this. was really loud and on idle draw about 4 amp. this inverter was much better and run much better than any other inverter i have. would recommend if anyone looking for an 2k inverter.
Installed really easily, the remote control is brilliant, allows me to turn the inverter off from inside the van without having to get to the inverter in the utility cupboard.