|Item Weight||21 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||17.8 x 6.5 x 8.2 inches|
|Item model number||GP-ISW3000-12|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Manufacturer Part Number||GP-ISW3000-12|
|OEM Part Number||GP-ISW3000-12|
Go Power! GP-SW3000-12 3000-Watt Pure Sine Wave Inverter
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- 3000 watt continuous pure sine wave inverter 12 volt input
- 6000 watt surge. For RV's, boats, cars and trucks.
- 2 GFCI protected outlets and hardwire port
- Over voltage, under voltage and overload protections
- 2 Year
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Our largest pure sine wave inverter, the Go Power! GP-ISW3000 is the ultimate choice for large loads that demand an exact replica of AC power. The GP-ISW3000 can run any tool or appliance within its wattage range. The GP-ISW3000 is the professionals choice for clean reliable power when you need it. Ideal for powering multiple appliances, electronic equipment like TVs, stereos, computers, or as a source of emergency backup power, the Go Power! GP-ISW3000 is suitable for a range of applications.
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From our beginnings as a small Canadian distributor of solar energy products, Go Power! has grown to become one of North America’s suppliers of recreational and business solar solutions.
Go Power! provides a full range of high-quality solar chargers, inverters, controllers and power accessories - dependable and mobile power solutions when grid power is unavailable.
At Go Power! we like to explore off the grid, and we know our customers do too. Whether you’re an RV owner searching for the perfect remote campsite or a boater planning that extended cruise, we have the perfect mobile power solution for you. We’ll help keep your lights, refrigerator and electronics running for extended periods, without external power.
Easy to install and built to withstand even the toughest conditions.
Solar power is transforming many industries, and we’re excited that our innovative mobile power products provide solution for work truck and long-haul trucking operations. Fleet operators across the globe are now mounting our Solar FlexTM solar panels on their trucks and trailers to power liftgates, test equipment, tools and auxiliary electronics. This eliminates the need for external generators and unnecessary idling, while also extending battery life and minimizing downtime.
Whether you’re considering solar for your commercial fleet or to power your next big off-grid adventure, Go Power! provides you with all the benefits of a fully integrated, mobile solar solution.
Maximize battery life: Your solar charging system will keep your batteries optimally charged on and off the road, extending their lifespan and preventing ‘dead battery’ situations whether you’re on the job or in a remote location.
Minimal maintenance: Solar panels have no moving parts to wear out. Simply keep the panels clean and regularly inspect your system for loose connections or damage.
Safe: Solar solutions generate relatively low voltage and amperage. Properly installed and maintained, they are very safe and efficient.
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I've watched hundreds of youtube videos on the subject, but hard facts are hard to come by. It's difficult to decide who is giving accurate, complete, concise information.
The learning curve is long and cumbersome for me. I guess this is more about the lack of complete information on the products available to newbies like myself so this critique is more about my shortcomings and the Go Power endorsers who fail to give complete install instructions because they are receiving money for endorsing the product, as well as everybody in the industry pushing their products with confusing information.
Kudos to the ones that did do a thorough job.
I'm pretty certain I broke the green remote port on the back trying to figure out how to wire the chassy ground because the set screw is blocked by the remote manual port connection which effected the functioning of the go power remote switch now neither work.
I ordered the remote switch and the unit would only stay on as long as I was pushing the switch. I was then under the impression that the model that supersedes the B model didn’t work on my older GP3000. Talked to some dealers who said they don't even supply the B model switch that Go Power says is needed for this unit because it's no longer manufactured. (It's a 2016 product that no one manufactures anymore,) so you get the R model that supersedes the B model. So I thought it just wasn't compatible.
Talked to Go Power Customer Support, but wasn't sure I had damaged the green port at that time, but I think they knew and just didn't wish to pursue it. I'm pretty certain I broke it. Of course it's probably a simple soldering fix that I'm very capable of doing but getting inside of the unit is difficult and voids the warranty so that will have to wait.
The biggest hurdle was setting up a parallel solar array and the wire gauges and connectors that is needed with the heavier gp 3000 pure sine wave inverter. The system I’m shooting for is 7 amps x 6 panels in parallel = 42 amp current. (Ouch.). That needs at least a 50 amp fuse.
No one except on line suppliers carry the 4/0 wire or terminals for the 12 volt inverter install kit. I needed to purchase wire cutters big enough to cute 3/8 inches of wire and a crimper as well. That wire, by the way, doesn't fit/is too large to go into the inverter fuse block that came with the install kit and had to be trimmed to make it fit into the hole.
This unit is kind of out of date. I recommend going with the pricier IC version, (Inverter/Charger.) I would think It solves a lot of wiring and fusing issues or better yet the non-Charger unit that comes in two flavors: One that is a hard wired to your needs or the one that comes with a 20 amp dual receptacle, (both options are included in my older model.)
Since I dove into this project, I've taken it one step at a time. I ordered and am successfully using the Go Power Portable 120 watt panels that has an extra 10 watts. (Confused?). On the back of the panels it says an extra 10 Watts which comes with a Go Power Pulse Width Charge Controller or PWM.
Since I'm on a budget and still want as much inverter as I can get I ordered a MPPT 60 amp Chinese Charge Controller by One Solar which is a 2000 model that has outdated connections to your computer.
It tracks your usage, and adjusts the charge frequency. (I'm still holding out for an Out Back or Nigh Force.)
Today is the first day I'm totally using the small starter system on the MPPT controller. It's working as expected, totally overcast and this morning and today with light snow and it was reaching 17-20 volts consistently from the PV panels and maintained a minimum of 12.21 volts on our 4 Duracell Deep Cycle 230 Amp Hour Battery Bank, (go with the Trojan T105's if you can find some that haven't spend months on the display case.)
This all while we connected our entertainment system which includes a We Boost, WD USB 2TB usb drive, Sony Blue Ray player, and Sony Sound Bar, and a Hisense 43" Flat Screen Roku connected TV, and Apple TV between one and two hours.
The bottom line is the whole industry seems dedicated to 48 volt systems. That’s where the focus is, probably for a very good reason. Much less gauge wire sizes needed and more support by the industry in solar panel selection.
I’m on day one, a one day old newbie with respect to Solar Installs. Hope this helps. Good Luck
My garage is now basically complete and the replacement Go Power inverter is supplying all power. The inverter provides continuous power to two garage door openers, as well as power for lighting, and power tools as needed. The replacement inverter is working well so far. I should note that when the temperature is over 90 degrees the cooling fan runs continuously but shuts off at lower temperatures.
My application is for "Off-Grid", not recommended for beginners; I run 3 - Solar Panels totalling 160 Watts, with a 1000 Amp Blocking Diode (over kill); Solar Controller and 2 Yellow Top Batteries with 30 amp fuse connection to engine to keep my Engine Yellow Top battery charged while parked.
Now, some say why the Yellow Top which only puts out about 65 Amp Hour each (totalling about 130 amp hour) instead of a 200 Amp Hour Solar Battery? Well it's because I do rescues, drive on rocks or Off Road and I need all the space I can get. But, it is NOT out of the picture yet. Batteries are getting smaller and better, so I am a patient man.
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I am off the grid but I have proper wiring and a city style circuit breaker system. I like that this inverter has a direct connection option. The unit is silent except when the fridge kicks on and at that time the fan goes on for a second. I anticipate the unit should last for years.