|Item Weight||4 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||8.4 x 3 x 5.5 inches|
|Item model number||PS1001|
|Manufacturer Part Number||PS1001|
|Cover Included||inverter, instruction manual, connections|
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Power TechON PS1001 Pure Sine Wave Inverter (600W)
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- Power Tech-On PS1001 PURE SINE Power Inverter 600W Continuous/1200W Surge, 12V DC to 120V AC w/ Battery Clips, 5 kinds of Protection Systems & 3 Output Sockets
- Ideal use in cars, vessels, and for power failure emergencies and guarantees maximum efficiency with computers, sensitive equipment, and more
- 5 Protection systems: Thermal protection, Overload protection, Over Voltage protection, Under Voltage protection, Low Voltage protection alarm
- Total Harmonic Distortion (THD) <3%; Soft start low interference tech and temperature control cooling fan. Output Voltage: AC 120V; Frequency: 60Hz
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Power Tech-On power inverter is an advanced tool of power conversion. It can supply you with AC power converted from a DC power source. It can be used in cars, vessels, during camping and in power failure emergencies. Pure Sine inverters are a stable power source with low harmonic distortion. This inverter is an excellent tool to use during power failure emergencies and guarantees maximum efficiency with computers, sensitive equipment and more. Compact and portable, this inverter can be used on worksites, boats, cars, camping or for permanent use. The PS1001 features 5 kinds of protection systems : Thermal protection, Overload protection, Over Voltage protection, Under Voltage protection, Low Voltage protection alarm. Inverter also comes with an LED light that indicates the problem. Your purchase comes with battery clips, an inverter with 2 AC sockets and 1 USB port 5V, and a detailed instruction manual.
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At the time of purchase this unit only had a couple of reviews and cost $89. I figured for that price I'll give it a try and if it works I'll buy the 2000watt version later. The 2000watt version was under $200.
The inverter arrived on time, it's light weight, has a nice basic design and comes with its own clip on cables for fast attachment to a battery. I connected it to my car battery, with the engine running, and plugged in three household fans one by one. Each fan uses about 70watts. They ran smoothly and quietly. Fans are a good item to try because they hum on modified sine inverters - they didn't hum with this one.
I then went on to test the maximum wattage. I have two hand drills. A small one that uses 220watts and a larger variable speed drill that uses up to 270watts. That's a total of 590 watts and should be doable for this inverter with 1200watt peek power. I removed the fans and attached both drills. The small drill ran fine but when I started up the variable speed drill the inverter shut down even before I got the drill to full speed. The Kill-a-watt read about 380watts. The inverter's red light started blinking, the alarm rang and I was forced to shut everything down. I left it for a half hour and then overnight but it never worked again. It's like a relay had malfunctioned because it would flick back and fourth between the green light and the red light with alarm.
I wrote the seller and they responded swiftly but with little technical knowledge. I checked the exterior fuses, tried a few things and then filed for a return on Amazon. I live outside the US so it cost me extra to ship it here plus $15 to send it back. The seller told me they refund up to $30 for return shipping but after it was done I learned that it only applies if you ship the item directly to them. I seems that when you return something on Amazon it goes back to Amazon and not to the original company. So, what does Amazon do with all this faulty stuff that gets returned?! In any case, this odd policy cost me the $15 return shipping.
If this product had 200 reviews and many satisfied customers I would consider the possibility that I got a lemon but because it has so few buyers I have to conclude that its just another poor quality product coming out of China. I can't recommend it.