|Item Weight||11.1 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||15.2 x 9.4 x 3.8 inches|
|Item model number||PWRIX120012S|
|Manufacturer Part Number||PWRIX120012S|
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AIMS Power 1200 Watt Pure Sine Inverter with Automatic Transfer Switch
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|Item Dimensions||9.4 x 15.25 x 3.8 in||—||2 x 3 x 1 in||—||—||10.5 x 21 x 5.5 in|
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This AIMS Power inverter is rated at 1200 watts of continuous pure sine power. It comes equipped with a built in 10A transfer switch for pass through capabilities when shore power is connected. Ideal for use in RVs, this inverter will ensure you never lose power for to your essential appliances. Both the AC input and AC output require hardwire connections.
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inverter and the sweet setup my in my travel trailer.
- two cons that have come up, 1) The inverter runs all the time, even when it is not in use. 2) The fan is noisy. Mine is mounted in a kitchen cabinet adjacent to the breaker box and it is noisy enough that I hear it running all the time.
Because of this standby current you must (more or less continuously) charge the battery by some means. I connected a battery tender to my battery. Be careful to NOT plug the charger into the OUTPUT side of the inverter. It would work, but in an AC power failure you would have the battery running the charger charging the battery, a loop circuit that would just drain the battery faster (think about it and it should make sense).
I must confess that I did the unthinkable and reversed the connections on the battery during hookup. It blew the 100Amp fuse I fortunately had in place, and the inverter was undamaged! That's a testimony.
The pigtail wires for AC connections were a little short but I was able to connect them to my 120V circuits with standard wire nuts, see picture. This is an outside shed. I'm using the inverter to run security camera and lights in the event of power outage. Everything you see was purchased on Amazon, even the battery and battery box.
Secondly it is not UL listed. Most electrical inspectors will not allow it.
Thirdly the ac junction boxes are tiny and difficult to fit even standard wire nuts in.
All and all this was a good purchase and for the price meets my needs. wattage on the device I received cut out at a surge of 2100W and could handle about 1075W continuously. Not exactly the 1200W promised but the surge wattage was excellent for motor driven stuff like a vacuum.
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1) First was the draw when not in use, too high consumption when not in use. Would have drained by batteries.Read more
Have NOT used the transfer switch portion yet, but plan to set that up soon.