|Item Weight||5.9 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||10.5 x 7 x 5.3 inches|
|Item model number||GP-SW150-12|
|Manufacturer Part Number||GP-SW150-12|
|OEM Part Number||GP-SW150-12|
Go Power! GP-SW150-12 150-Watt Pure Sine Wave Inverter
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Go Power! 150-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 outlets and has cable with a car utility adapter (cigarette lighter adapter) for easy connection to the car. It is great for laptops, cell phone chargers, and camera battery chargers etc. As long as the load is not greater then 150 watt this inverter will run it and contains all instruction required.
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Cons: This thing can't handle a load! Using a 12 volt, 35 amp hour battery pack, I hooked a 75 watt load up to it. I had a Kill-A-Watt plugged into the back of the inverter and had the load plugged into the Kill-A-Watt. The voltage level with no load attached and with using a fully charged battery pack (battery pack voltage level 13.21v DC), the Kill-A-Watt showed the inverter's output voltage to be fluctuating between 113.3v and 113.8v AC. When a 15 watt load was attached, the output voltage dropped to 112.5v AC. Bumping the load up a little caused more drop:
Load in watts with its respective Go Power! inverter voltage
0w - 113.3v AC
5w - 112.8v AC
15w - 112.5v AC
24w - 112.0v AC
43w - 111.1v AC
73w < 104.0v AC (attached devices powered themselves off due to low voltage)
Is my Go Power! defective?
Additional con is the location of the on/off/remote switch. There are two AC outlets on the back of the unit. They are on the Go Power sideways! The power switch is located to the immediate right of the outlet on the right. If your plug is a bigger than the outlet, you cannot turn the switch on or off. You will have to use an extension cord. (An extension cord was NOT used in my test as I was able to plug the Kill-A-Watt into the outlet on the left side -- which covered most of the right-side outlet too.)
I replaced the Go Power inverter with a Xantrex XPower pocket inverter (175 watt with a modified sine wave). Using the same battery pack, I was able to run the same load for over 5 hours! The voltage stayed between 114.0v and 116.6v the entire time the load was applied. The Xantrex was only a fraction of the cost of this Go Power inverter.
I intend to return this Go Power inverter and will try a different brand for my pure sine wave inverter needs.