|Item Weight||9.4 pounds|
|Package Dimensions||11.1 x 8.2 x 4.8 inches|
|Item model number||S300-112|
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COTEK S300-112 12 VOLT 300 WATT MICROPROCESSOR CONTROLLED PURE SINE INVERTER
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- 300 WATTS CONTINUOUS POWER
- 400 WATTS SURGE POWER
- TRUE SINE WAVE OUTPUT ( THD <6% )
- ADVANCED MICROPROCESSOR
- INPUT & OUTPUT FULLY ISOLATION
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CAPABLE OF DRIVING HIGHLY REACTIVE AND CAPACITIVE LOADS • INPUT POLARITY REVERSE / UNDER VOLTAGE / OVER VOLTAGE PROTECTION • OUTPUT SHORT CIRCUIT / OVERLOAD / OVER TEMPERATURE PROTECTION • LED TRI COLOR INDICATORS DISPLAY INPUT, OUTPUT LEVEL AND FAILURE STATUS • UL / E-13 / CE / FCC APPROVED • AC VOLTAGE 100 / 110 / 120 VAC SELECTABLE BY DIP SWITCH • no load current draw:0.24A • input voltage range: 10.5 – 15.0 vdc • OUTPUT frequency: 50 / 60 Hz SELECTABLE BY SWITCH • EFFICIENCY: 89% • THERMOSTATICALLY CONTROLLED COOLING FAN • 2 AC gfci receptacles • battery low shutdown:10.5V • OVERLOAD: SHUT-OFF OUTPUT VOLTAGE, RE POWER ON TO RECOVER • OVER VOLTAGE PROTECTION : 15 - 16VDC • OVER TEMPERATURE: SHUT OFF OUTPUT VOLTAGE, RECOVERS AUTOMATICALLY AFTER TEMPERATURE GOES DOWN • BATTERY POLARITY REVERSE: BU FUSE OPEN • SAFETY STANDARDS: MEETS UL458 • 40A X 1 FUSE • 2 YEAR WARRANTY • dimensions: 9.3L x 6.1w x 2.8H • WEIGHT: 7.7 LBS
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Edit: So I took it apart since I was going to throw it away and there is a 40A automotive fuse soldered directly to the board. It appears that this has blown. This thing is put together very tightly - like 8 chip transistors soldered to the board then glued to the side walls for heat transfer. To get to the bottom of the board, you'd have to dislodge those without breaking them, then retape them when you were don. At least.
I'm going to cut a hole in the case from the bottom to see if I can desolder the fuse from there.
I'd give it 4 stars, but what is the point of having that fuse if you can't protect it? I guess just to avoid a fire in your house or something - not intended to save the equipment. Crap.