|Item Weight||8.8 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||17.5 x 9 x 6 inches|
|Item model number||GP-SW1000-12|
|Manufacturer Part Number||GP-SW1000-12|
Go Power! GP-SW1000-12 1000-Watt Pure Sine Wave Inverter
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Go Power! 1000-Watt Pure Sine Wave Inverter takes 12 volt DC battery power and converts it to an exact replica of AC houshold power. It is guarenteed to run any load within their wattage range and has a 2 year warranty. This inverter has two GFCI outlets and can use the GP-DC-KIT2 to connect to the batteries with ease. As long as the load is not greater then 1000 watt this inverter will run it and the GP-SW1000-12 can surge to 2000 watt as well as contains all instructions required.
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They have replaced them under warranty but it's a slow process.
Do yourself a favor and put some more money with the purchase price and get a Xantrax true sine 1000 inverter.
It's more money but it's a WAY better inverter.
Here are the emails between my self and "Adam" at Carmanah (gpelectric dot com) BUYER BEWARE!:
ME: We purchased a 3000W(Same Product different wattage) Inverter from Amazon in February this year(2014) and after only 2 times of using this the GFI plug no longer works and will not reset which makes the whole inverter useless....Please tell me how i can get a replacement. Thanks
Adam: Can you please let me know what appliances you were trying to run off of the inverter?
Me: A DC air conditioner and a coffee pot.....
Adam: Can you please confirm that the air conditioner is a DC unit?
If so it would require an inverter to run it if not if it is run on AC can you please send me the specs on the air conditioner unit?
Me: MSBA Micra, 6000 Btu Self Contained DC Marine Air Conditioner
what happened was it would not run the AC.....so i wanted to test if it was working at all.......i plugged the coffee pot in.....and both the AC kicked on and the coffee pot started working(Very Strange)......Am i too assume that since the AC is connected directly(Not Plugged)... then i plugged the coffee pot in it completed the circuit???? Then we hit the test button which popped the reset button......then the reset button would not go back in at all
Adam: If the AC unit is hardwired into the inverter the GFI on the outlet should not affect this at all as they are not tied together. However when both the coffee pot and Ac unit kick in at the same time this may be more than the inverter cab handle. Causing the GFI to pop and inverter to go into protection mode and require a reset. I have listed a couple of things to try and let me know if they work.
1. Unhook the chassis ground if you have that wired up
2. Try and run just the hardwired AC unit by its self and see if you run into issues.
3. If there are no issues with the AC unit try running just the coffee pot and see if there are any issues
If everything works fine like that you will just need to make sure you are not running the AC and the coffee pot at the same time.
Me: I can give that a try, but will require it being in the water........
The only question i have with that is:
IF this in fact this is a 3000W(Same Product different wattage) Continuous inverter, and the coffee pot might be pulling 900w and the AC about the same if not less(650W i think) that is only 1800W maximum at continuous output(we were using the 3000w Inverter).....It should not be tripping it AT ALL.
I do have to tell you it tripped it with only the AC running......it was only after that i put the coffee pot on it to test just the plug at that's when they both started working and running fine....like i said it was weird the way it started working.
Adam: NO RESPONSE!!
Me: Well this item needs to be returned.....I bought a remote for it and plugged it in and the GFI plugged beeped and light blinked......with NOTHING plugged in. This is a faulty unit.
Please let me know how to proceed.....
Adam: NO RESPONSE!!
I again have to warn you.......Do not buy this unit......Please do a Google search for this and you will find others that have had the same issue and other issues. There are cheaper alternatives for this. There is NO warranty for this unit at all!!