|Item Weight||19 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||18.2 x 10.8 x 10 inches|
|Item model number||GP-SW2000-24|
|Manufacturer Part Number||GP-SW2000-24|
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Go Power! GP-SW2000-24 2000-Watt Pure Sine Wave Inverter
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Go Power! 2000-Watt Pure Sine Wave Inverter takes 24 Volt DC battery power and converts it to an exact replica of AC household power and are guaranteed to run any load within its-wattage range as well as backed by a 2 year warranty. This inverter has two GFCI outlets and can use the GP-DC-KIT3 to connect to your batteries with ease as long as the load is not greater then 2000-Watt, this inverter will run it. It can surge to 4000-Watt and contains all the required instructions.
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I finished the installation of the system, just need to wire outlets up to my office and a few other rooms. As I type this, I am pulling 500 watts from the inverter, and it isn't even breaking a sweat. I have the air conditioner on, and it started one fan of the 2 to keep the heatsink cool. With 1 520 watt PV system, this isn't even a challenge for it yet. Great product. Only fault I can find is it is set a little low as far as voltage. No load is 110V, and it drops to 108.5V with 500 watts on it. Thinking I will take it apart to see if there is an adjustement for voltage to try and aim a little higher, but not holding my breath.
Still going strong and making good power. I ended up covering the fan inlets with filters, and plan to do the same with the exhausts to keep things from falling into it. With it mounted vertically, I get the best heat exchange, and do not have to worry about the unit overheating. Great unit so far and continue to use it for my office HVAC at my house.
The low voltage cutoff on the inverter is too low and it is not adjustable. So for my 3.2V nominal lithium iron phosphate cells (8 in series to make a 25.6V pack), when the automatic shutoff happened, my cells were left below 2.5 (which is too low for LiFePO4 chemistry! (even thought they're nicely bottom balanced)). The manual lists 21V as the cutoff, but that would be about 2.65V per cell (still too low, but mine when even lower than that). I called tech support to see about a workaround, but nothing can be readily tweaked on inverter to adjust this LVC.
Otherwise, this seems like a nice inverter, but in order to support a wider variety of battery chemistries and usages (without having to manually monitor / shutoff the inverter / load), I truly hope Go Power includes adjustable low voltage cutoff on next models.
Again, if you're not concerned about your batteries ever getting too low based on your design specs, or you know you'll be monitoring / shutting it down in some other way, this is more like 5 stars. But if you're in my position and using LiFePO4 (or something other than lead-acid) and it needs to behave well unattended, then do not buy this unit.