|Item Weight||10.54 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||9.92 x 4.13 x 11.41 inches|
|Item model number||GP-3000HD|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Manufacturer Part Number||GP-3000HD|
|OEM Part Number||GP-3000HD|
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Go Power! Heavy Duty Modified Sine Wave Inverter (3000-watts)
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- 3000 watts of continuous power
- Use GP-DC-KIT5 for easy hook-up to the battery
- 4 AC outlets to plug into. Low battery alarm ± 0.5 Volt: 10.5 Volts, low battery shutdown ± 0.5 Volt: 10 Volts
- Over voltage, under voltage and overload protections
- 1 year warranty. No Load Current Draw ≤1.2 A
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The Go Power! GP-3000HD provides enough power to run several appliances at once. With a 3000-watt output, this inverter is an excellent choice for most large power requirements. Plug your appliances directly into its four AC outlets, or wire it into your electrical system using the optional Go Power! transfer switch. Ideal for powering several appliances, or as a source of emergency back-up power, the GP-3000HD fits a range of applications.
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High Frequency Inverters (HF)
The large majority of inverters available in the retail market are high frequency. They are typically less expensive, have smaller footprints, and have a lower tolerance for industrial loads. HF inverters have over twice the number of components and use multiple, smaller transformers. Their application is appropriate for a wide variety of uses like tool battery chargers, small appliances, A/V and computers, but have a decreased capacity for long term exposure to high surge loads like pumps, motors, and some high-torque tools.
Low Frequency Inverters (LF)
Our UL-listed, low frequency inverters and inverter/chargers are the pinnacle of electrical durability. The massive iron core transformer is aptly capable of absorbing surge loads because of the “Flywheel Effect” inherent in the physical amount of a transformer’s iron. LF inverters have larger and more robust Field Effect Transistors (FET’s) that can operate cooler, in part due to the slower frequency of switching required to produce AC power. These inverters are feature rich to include the optional ability to hardwire additional external GFCI outlets, input of multiple DC voltages, provide regulated dual output voltages (120/240VAC), and integrate chemistry appropriate battery chargers and transfer relays for shore power.
Doesn’t operate well with high-surge loads like pumps and high-torque tools
Runs well with high-surge loads
Update: I tried to run some older power tools and they kept tripping the breaker. After doing some troubleshooting I discovered that I had used the wrong gauge wire for my connections. I was misguided by Amazon's "People who bought this item also bought..... " Amazon recommends an inverter wiring kit with 4 gauge cables. This inverter calls for 4/0 cable and someone probably confused that with 4AWG and now we all follow like sheep due to the way Amazon links the two products together. 4/0 wire is way bigger than 4. Wire gauges go, in ascending order, 4, 3, 2, 1, 0, 00, 000, and 0000 the latter being 4/0. After rewiring with 4/0 I can now run air compressors and old skill saws. Lesson learned. The Cobra 4 gauge cable kit is way too small for this inverter.
Update: It's been two years and one month and now it's dead. Worked great till it died.
Update: Ooops it wasn't the inverter that died. It turned out to be a faulty switch. Note to self: check the power to the inverter before you take it all apart. (Luckily it was easy to reassemble). I strongly believe that 98% of people's inverter problems, regardless of make, have to do with the cables and the batteries that feed it and not the inverter itself.
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This powers my hole RV. My 4 hot plate, 2 servers, 1 laptop, a 40inch tv, a monitor, router, outdoor tracking camera, satelite dish, lights, microwave, toaster and more.
I<m planing to get another soon for extra power. If you want a real inverter that works well with sensitve equipement this is the one. Yes it's not pure sine but it's 1000 time better than all thoses junks out there believe me.