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Xantrex 806-1210 PROwatt 1000 SW Inverter

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  • A/C Output: 120 VAC, 60Hz
  • Power Output: 900 Watts Sine Wave
  • Input Range: 10.5 15.5 Vdc
  • Includes USB charging receptacle
  • GFCI receptacle
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Product Description

Xantrex PROwatt 1000 SW Inverter. The compact, easy-to-use and easy-to-install design of the PROwatt SW Series makes it ideal for use in commercial truck, RV and marine applications. It also meets UL458 marine supplement. The PROwatt SW Series feature True Sine-Wave AC output with 540, 900 and 1800 continuous watts respectively. With high surge capability, the PROwatt SW Series provides the necessary current to startup demanding electrical loads such as variable speed power tools, advanced electrical appliances, microwaves and much more. In addition to dual GFCI AC receptacles, the PROwatt SW Series include an innovative USB connection for providing power to most USB chargeable devices. The PROwatt SW Series offers many safety features not found in similar inverters. When equipped with a remote control, the PROwatt SW Series has the ability to provide automatic ignition lockout shutting down the inverter's output when the vehicle's ignition is not engaged. The compact, easy-to-use and easy-to-install design of the PROwatt SW Series makes it ideal for use in commercial truck, RV and marine applications. With True Sine-Wave output, the PROwatt SW Series can provide power for all types of electrical loads including, variable speed power tools, advanced electrical appliances, microwaves and much more. The PROwatt SW provides household AC power anywhere. Features include: Built-in digital display for DC volts and output power; Built-in USB port; Dual GFCI AC receptacles for safe operation; Heavy duty terminals for trouble-free battery connection; Available ON/OFF remote switch (with ignition lockout); Meets stringent UL458 regulatory standard; Two year warranty; Low voltage shutdown (10.5 Vdc); Low voltage alarm (11.0 Vdc); Over voltage protection (15.5 Vdc); Over load shutdown; Over temperature shutdown; GFCI protection. Dimensions: 3.5 x 8.7 x 13.4", Wt.: 7.2 lb.

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Technical Details
Item Weight7.2 pounds
Product Dimensions8.7 x 13.4 x 3.5 inches
Item model number806-1210
  
Additional Information
ASINB002I04A74
Shipping Weight8.2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
ShippingThis item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
Date First AvailableJuly 7, 2004
  
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Warranty, Parts: Parts

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So far it's working well for me.
Tony
I've had it for about a month, and so far no problems.
Carl
For camping, power outages, etc... I'm all set.
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141 of 149 people found the following review helpful By HMMWV VINE VOICE on April 21, 2010
Recently the price on inverters (esp true sine) has dropped quite a bit (there are two xantrex 1000 watt units - the older 750 buck one and now the $200-$300 price one). Xantrex has a wonderful reputation. I own this inverter along with their older model (pro-sine) and also the new entry from sunforce (yes - I have alot of 1000w inverters).

I also have alot of 1000w loads. In particular is my favorite testload - a 1050 w (with motor- the heating element is 1000w exactly but it has a blower that consumes 50w so technically its a tad high).

With this dummy load both of my xantrex inverters will run it all day or until the battery bank dies whichever comes first. They draw about 110-115 amps on the 12vdc lines.

The sunforce 1000w inverter CAN NOT run this load for more than 2 seconds without an output overload shutdown. But I still like the sunforce because it can handle 900W and it has an RF keychain remote on/off switch.

The point is Xantrex products are clean, reliable power, while other knockoffs (compare sunforce's 1K and this one and guess who coppied who) are not up to being a real 1K unit. If anyone wants a demo my email is in my profile - i'd be happy to film the two side by side on optima D31 blue top batteries and even give the sunforce the running head start with the fresh charge on the cells - 2 seconds and it will shutdown. Yes, i know 1050 watts is over 1000w, but the xantrex will drain the batteries before they complain of anything else runing the heatgun.

This is the leading brand in inverters today. Their new product line offers 3x the value of their older units without sacrificing quality or stability. It's a real value in high power inverters.
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45 of 47 people found the following review helpful By D. Jones on May 20, 2012
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So far I returned (3) inverters (1)Power Bright PW400, (2)Tripp Lite PV1000 because the output voltage was to low (89-95volts). Fluorescent light would not be as bright,fan would not come up to speed and I"m sure this was not good for motors. Had this one for (3) days (Xantres Prowatt SW 1000) and am very satisfied with it. Output voltage is 124 volts, lights are bright motors are running up to speed And my running amps are lower. I don't know whether this unit is just made better or if its because its a pure sine wave inverter or both but it puts the other inverters I tried to shame.
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33 of 34 people found the following review helpful By Walt on October 29, 2011
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I bought this about two months ago. So far I only use about 250 watts everyday 6-7 hours run time) and have had no issues at all. To test it I plugged in my 32" tube TV, two 60 watt lamps, two 15'6 notebooks, PS3 Playstation and the Frig. Ran it all just fine and took the surge from the Frig very easily. And more I'm sure! Well made product, great directions, easy to intall. I would recommend this to anyone looking for a well made power inverter that performs as advertised.
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37 of 41 people found the following review helpful By Dark Wing Duck on December 19, 2010
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I'm not running much off this device and the thing that strikes me is that the cooling fan only turns on when a certain temperature is reached. So for small loads, it's very quiet because the fan has no need to turn on. Previous experiences with inverter default to the fan being on and they are often very noisy.

The sine wave seems to be clean. After trying this, I'll never go back to modified sine waves for devices remotely designed to work with sine waves. Otherwise, I'll just go with the cheap square wave inverters.

I plan on buying another unit in the future.
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29 of 34 people found the following review helpful By Greg F on September 6, 2011
I bought this inverter for long power failures. I wanted a way to keep my fridge running overnight when I can't run my generator (out of consideration for my sleeping neighbors). At first it failed to start the fridge using 8ga jumper cables on a set of golf cart batteries. I ditched the jumpers and hard wired it to the batteries using proper connectors and 2ga wire. After that it ran the fridge fine. The nameplate on the fridge says 1320watts, using a meter I found it to peak around 1200w with an avg continuous load of 250w. I've only run it for about 8hrs so no word on longevity, but it appears to be a well made unit based on fit and form.

Update 5/31/2014
The unit died on me. It will power on and the display will alternate between 0.20 and 0.30 but no power is produced. Up until now the unit worked well during a handful of power failures, one of which lasted 9 days. For that reason I'll only drop it down to three stars, but I am disappointed in it's longevity. I am going to see what Xantrex customer service will do for me, but I'm not expecting much.
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22 of 26 people found the following review helpful By vex520ak on February 23, 2013
I bought this from somewhere other than Amazon because I couldn't get it shipped to me through Amazon; would that it had been different. If I could have bought it here Amazon's famous customer support would have come into play. The handsome unit showed up deader than Adam's goldfish. YES... I trouble shot both 12v circuits which i tried it on with a Multi-meter and connected other items to check for functionality on both circuits. Not so much as a single blink could be seen coming from the xantrex inverter. The unit I bought came from imarineusa's website. I first contacted xantrex who bounced me back to to the seller. Imarineusa was prompt in their response but they went back to xantrex who told them to get every scrap of paper involved with the sale before they would do anything about it. Electronic records of the transaction were not enough. That translates to "screw you buddy" in English. They'll try to brush you off and keep your money if you get a dead unit which, apparently, will happen sometimes. Buyer beware. Do the world a favor and send your business to a manufacturer that doesn't screw their customers.
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