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Sunforce 2500-Watt Pure Sine Wave Inverter
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Sunforce

2500-Watt Pure Sine Wave Inverter

$549.99 /each

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The Sunforce 2500 Watt Pure Sine Wave Inverter is the perfect solution to power home appliances directly from your 12 volt battery. Pure Sine Wave inverters provide clean power with very low harmonic distortion, no static or humming noise. This inverter will therefore supply stable power to run small electronic tools, air pumps, electronic doors, small motors and refrigerators that a modified sine wave inverter cannot. With a high surge power of 5000 Watts and continuous power of 2500 Watts, this product is the ideal solution for power failure emergencies. Safety features include low battery shut down, a soft start system, DC input overload voltage, output overload, overload temperature, short circuit shut down and a high speed cooling fan. The unit is equipped with four 110 volt household electrical outlets. The system includes a DC/AC power inverter remote control and an LCD digital display.

  • Converts 12V DC to 110V AC of pure sine wave power
  • Soft-start system technology for superior inverter performance
  • 5000 Watt surge power
  • 2500 Watt continuous power
  • Convenient power supply for when you travel or for power failure emergencies
  • Ideal for running small electronic tools, air pumps, electronic doors, small motors, refrigerators, HDTVs, electronic game systems, computers, laptops and inkjet laser printers
  • Safety features include: Low battery shut down, DC input overload voltage, output overload, overload temperature and short circuit shut down and high speed cooling fan
  • Includes: Four 110V outlets, LCD digital display and a key chain remote control
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is this item a Low Frequency or high Frequency pure sine wave

two types of Frequencys
Asked by: jonp
I bought one several months ago and it produces 60 Hertz which is standard in the U.S. I know of no high frequency 60 hertz or low frequency 60 hertz, just plain old 60 hertz. I can't think of a reason to suspect that they change it to a really high frequency so that they can again convert it to 60 hertz or the same with low frequency and convert it to 60 hertz as it starts out as DC which has a constant frequency that is then converted to the 60 hertz that we use here in the USA.
Answered by: Rickman
Date published: 2017-01-07

None of these inverters mention how many 12 v car or deep cycle batteries need to connected in pa...

None of these inverters mention how many 12 v car or deep cycle batteries need to connected in parallel, in order to increase run time. For connecting to a transfer switch (home black outs) and not having a generator, how many 12 volt car batteries will I need for running about 2000 watts of home items? And for how long will a 12 volt battery last? Also, could I jumper a cars battery to the inverter with the eng running to increase the run time?
Asked by: pilot
The more batteries connected together in parallel, the more run time can be achieved. The batteries will last as long as the reserve capacity allows. The higher the Ah rating on the battery, the longer the battery will power devices.
Answered by: Sunforce Products
Date published: 2017-01-13

Amps output on each outlet

The unit has Four 110V outlets. What is the output Amps on each outlet? Thanks
Asked by: Falah
Each set of 2 outlets (separated in 2 circuit beakers) can output 10 Amps.
Answered by: Sunforce Products
Date published: 2016-08-27

Is this pure sine wave high or low frequecy and if high, how stable is it for power tools to computer and printer and electric space heaters?

I have been told that I will have great problems with power tools, etc with a modified sin wave inverter. and that Pure Sine Wave Inverters are very expensive -- but the only thing to buy. What can you say for this inverter's stability/ performance reliability? Is it just like house grid power? I have also read there are two types of Pure Sine Wave inverters. and Low are more stable. [ low being 120 cycles or slices make up each of the 120 volt output cycles versus for high frequency 20,000 slices.or times the inverted sine wave is made up of.] [[ I understand that this refers to how many slices are made for each of one of the 120 volt AC invertered cycles... in the 120 volt and 60 hertz or cycles per second output that the appliance sees. For the low frequency. And the high frequency inverters, For example the high frequency Sin wave makes each 120 volt output cycle out of 20,000 signal slices to invert the DC into 120 volt 60 cycle per second AC. So I understand only that. But not the practical implications... except that the low frequency is stable since it is large and heavy. And unless there has been complicated circuitry used, the high frequency pure sin waves are not stable over time but better if and when they are stable?? Please, what can you tell me? I want to get the most economical one for full home emergency or extended period use during a power outage, My DC source is coming from my Toyota PRIUS' drive generator. Thank you, ReadyElectric
Asked by: ReadyElectric
Pure sine wave inverters attempt to recreate electricity similar to that in household outlets, but the process can have different levels of success. It rarely achieves 100%. Low frequency units are more common to accommodate the largest number of applications as possible. In general this serves most devices adequately, with some small exceptions. For instance, you can charge and run a laptop computer, but you may experience some difficulty using the trackpad on the computer. For more information, please contact the Sunforce technical team.
Answered by: Sunforce Products
Date published: 2017-01-07
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