|Item Weight||6.3 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||14.8 x 10.7 x 5.4 inches|
|Item model number||APS600-12|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Warranty||1 Year Parts and Labor|
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Power Bright Pure Sine Power Inverter 600 Watt True Sine Continuous 12 Volt DC to 120 Volt AC w/USB Charging Port. Perfect for an Emergency, Hurricane, Storm Outage - APS600-12
- 600 Watt continuous / 1000 Watt Peak
- Anodized Aluminum Case Provides Durability
- Built-in Thermal Controlled Cooling Fan & Overload Indicator
- Dual 120 Volt AC outlets
- Less Than 3% Distortion Rate
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This has done a great job in a little offgrid solar setup, and I strongly recommend it for that. But it just died after 2.5 years, so I wish I'd had the extra 2-year warranty that amazon now sells with it for $15. I'll be getting that when I re-order one... and yes, I'll be buying another one of these despite its failure. Nicest little pure sine inverter on Amazon I think, and at the $155 I'm paying today for a new one, a dang good price. You'll really notice the difference between a pure sine and a "modified" sine inverter when running any kind of motors. When you can get a clean pure sine wave for $155, why go cheaper?
One BIG caveat about buying inverters from amazon using the "Amazon Visa" is that they're dishonest A-holes. I had TWO identical inverters from amazon previously (not the model I'm reviewing here) go bad in my little solar system right after the year warranty... that is, I bought two at once so I'd have one as a spare, and after the first one died at 13 months, the second died one month later after a month of service. No problem, think I, because I have the amazon visa extended warranty. HA! They denied BOTH extended warranty claims out of hand, saying that inverters are "car equipment" and that extended warranties don't cover things hooked to a car. Even though the inverters had been advertised as solar accessories right on the amazon page, and had never been near a car. So a 4-star thumbs up for this inverter - It was working on 5 stars until going ka-fluuey today - and a bug thumbs down for the dishonest double-dealing of Amazon Visa and their bogus claims department.
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I also verified it produces a pure sine wave using an old analog scope. However when plugging in a switching power supply (like a laptop charger) there is a "glitch" near the top of each sine wave. This can cause a buzzing noise on cheap audio equipment. This unit also generates a lot of high frequency noise on the DC input side. So if you have any little projects (Raspberry Pi) powered from your battery, you would need a way to filter that noise.
This unit does not appear to automatically shut off when battery is low. It does emit a loud piercing beep so you would need to be around this unit to switch it off. Otherwise I've noticed as the battery drains lower it can get into a state where output immediately drops to 70VAC. At this point the "battery gets a break" which causes the output to go back up to normal only to fall again to 70VAC. So it goes into this endless loop until you shut it off.
I have the 600 watt and bought it to power a 110v freezer that I have converted to a fridge in my camper. When the fridge kicks in, there is a quick audible alarm that goes off everytime you go over 600 watts. I knew this fridge surged over 600 on initial startup but didn't think about the alarm sounding. It's only a quick beep because then the compressor settles down around 100 watts but the initial kick does go over 600. The box says this can spike to 1200 so it does just fine. I will probably remove the audible alarm long term because I have already bought it. I plan to run the fridge along with an xbox/led tv occasionally and to run the laptop. This should work perfect for me. I've already used it to power a saw to cut plywood and the thing didn't even make any noise when I was cutting, wasn't even phased by the saw!
CON: Produces significant electrical interference.
This true sine inverter provides consistent power that has appropriately charged my camera batteries, laptop, and other sensitive electronics in my truck for about a month. The lukewarm review is for the impact this inverter has on product use WHILE they charge. It seems to produce significant electrical interference -- I've had consistent issues with running audio through an aux cable when my phone is charging (or even touching the power cable) as well as issues with touch screens while plugged in on various devices.