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Model #PCL1-20111S

2000 Watt 12V DC to 120V AC Pure Sine Wave Inverter Charger w/ LCD Display Lithium Battery compatibility 6000W Surge

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Product Overview

The Renogy 2000-Watt Pure Sine Wave Inverter Charger can be used for multiple applications when going off-grid. A power inverter is an electrical device that transforms the DC power stored in a battery bank into standard household AC power for a user's electronic needs. This device can also charge and maintain a battery bank when connected to shore power and is now compatible with Lithium batteries. With a low transfer time, power remains uninterrupted when switching from solar to shore power. This creates clean and silent energy without having to worry about losing access to connected devices and appliances. The Renogy 2000-Watt Pure Sine Wave Inverter Charger is a perfect back-up power source.
  • Configurable input voltage range and battery charging current.
  • LCD and LED display used to view inverter status and programming features
  • 4 Stage battery charger; 8 pre-set battery voltages including lithium; User-defined option available
  • Capable of producing cleaner, smoother, quieter, and reliable power to operate tools, fans, lights, and other electronics without interference
  • Peak efficiency over 90%
  • ETL Listed with multiple electronic protections

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Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)
20.1 in
Product Height (in.)
9.7 in
Product Width (in.)
7.6 in

Details

Accessory Type
Power Supply
Product Weight (lb.)
51.1 lb
Returnable
180-Day

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
1-year material warranty

Questions & Answers

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Will the internal tranfer switch work the same if the shore power is connected to a generator or a electric pedestal at an RV park?

Asked by AFJ November 20, 2020
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How long would this take to charge a 200Ah 12V battery using shore power?

Asked by Dominic November 10, 2020
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you can charge from 5 amps DC up to 65 amps DC. You can control how many amps your charger puts out in the settings using the LCD display. To answer your queston, 65 amps would charge a 200ah battery in 3 hrs(200ah divided by 65 amps) **if your battery was completely dead. Half the time(1.5 hrs) if you had 50% charge left on your battery. 65 amps into 200ah, is considered a .33C rate (33% charge per hour) of charge which is safe for quality LiFePO4 but you wouldn't want to charge much faster than that or you could see a small reduction in life cycles of your battery. .2C or 5 hrs to charge from 0% charge would give you slightly more life out of your battery but most quality lithium is designed to do fine with up to 50%+ C-rate If you're talking about a different type of battery chemistry, you might want to increase the time it takes to charge your battery.

Can two of these be stacked to run a 220v air conditioner?

Asked by Dominic November 10, 2020
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Hello Dominic, Thank you for reaching out, we have only tested these units to operate 110-volt A/C loads, we would not be able to recommend using two units to power 220-volt loads as we are unsure how the Inverter/charger or your Air conditioner may react. Please contact us if you have any questions or concerns, have a great day.

can this be wall mounted?

Asked by rob October 6, 2020
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Hello Rob, The inverter charger can be mounted on a wall, please contact us with any other questions, have a great day!

Why does Renogy require 2 Li batteries to run the 2000 watt inverter? Shouldn’t it run fine with...

Asked by Greenkpr1 September 29, 2020
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Hello, Our Li batteries feature a built-in Li battery management system. At times an Inverter will pull a large amount of power, especially on the initial set-up. This kind of surge can result in a single 100-ah battery locking out, thus we recommend ensuring multiple Li batteries are connected in parallel to avoid this type of technical issue. Please contact us if you have any other questions or concerns, have a great day!

is this compatible with the renogy 12 volt 100AH lithium batteries and the 12 volt 200 watts solar panels?

Asked by rob September 12, 2020
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Hello, Please note that you can use the Renogy 2,000-watt inverter with our Li batteries but you must have a minimum of 2 Li batteries connected in parallel. The inverter will not be directly compatible with solar and a charge controller must be used. Please feel free to reach out with any other questions, have a great day.

Does this support LiFePO4 lithium batteries?

Asked by ShadowPDX August 9, 2019
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Yes, on page 20 of the manual. Under Lithium setting "When the Battery voltage reaches 14.7V, charging will stop. When the voltage drops below 12.5V charging will resume" Or, you can further adjust voltage settings. On Battery Type, you can select "user-defined" rather than "Lithium." If you select "user-defined." In "user-defined," you can select the maximum charging voltage. This range can be between 13.0V up to 15.5V. Then, you can select the voltage at which charging will resume between 12.0V and 14.0V. Yes, this can absolutely charge LiFePO4 such as Battleborn or similar.

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Unit received very quickly, packaging was excellent. Installation manual was easy to read and set up pretty quick. The unit itself is nicely improved from previous models specifically all wiring is behind the end face making this a very clean looking set up. I will have to see how it works for me and my application but that is why I bought from a trusted company like Renogy.
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It's too big - much bigger than I thought it'd be. I contacted an expert and they said that there are other competitors who sell both systems separately (2000 w psw inverter, and a charger compatable with lithium) and both together would be more compact than this - both for roughly the same cost as this too. I'm a fan of everything renogy but this is a definite exception for its size and weight.
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