|Item Weight||17 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||18.8 x 13.8 x 7.2 inches|
|Item model number||GP-SW1500-12|
|Manufacturer Part Number||GP-SW1500-12|
|OEM Part Number||GP-SW1500-12|
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Go Power! GP-SW1500-12 1500-Watt Pure Sine Wave Inverter
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Go Power! 1500-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-KIT3 to connect to the batteries with ease. As long as the load is not greater then 1500 watt this inverter will run it and the GP-SW1500-12 can surge to 2000 watt as well as contains all instruction required.
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You are correct about the bonded neutral tripping the GFCI outlet. This is fairly common and something we do see on a regular basis. It is best to when connecting an inverter with a GFCI outlet to see if there's a bonded neutral somewhere else in the system. If there is, the inverter will trip as soon as it is connect to that device or electrical panel.
Any concerns can be handled by our Customer Service team. Please go to our website - http://gpelectric.com/contact-us - and call or email us for more information.
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