|Item Weight||23.4 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||19.1 x 17 x 8.1 inches|
|Item model number||11260|
|Manufacturer Part Number||11260|
Sunforce 11260 2500 Watt Pure Sine Wave Inverter
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- Converts 12V DC to 110V AC of pure sine wave power
- 5000 Watts surge power, 2500 Watts continuous power
- Ideal for running small electronic tools, air pumps, electronic doors, small motors, refrigerators, HDTVs, electronic game systems, computers, laptops and inkjet laser printers
- Safety features include: Soft-start system technology for superior inverter performance, Low battery shut down, DC input overload voltage, output overload, overload temperature and short circuit shut down and high speed cooling fan
- Includes: Four 110V outlets, modular connector cable, LCD digital display and a key chain remote control
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The Sunforce 2500 Watt Pure Sine Wave Inverter converts DC power into clean, stable AC power. Excellent for powering home appliances directly from your 12V battery, this inverter will supply stable power to run small electronic tools, air pumps, electronic doors, small motors and refrigerators that a modified sine wave inverter cannot. Pure Sine Wave inverters provide clean power with very low harmonic distortion, no static or humming noise. With a peak surge power of 5000 Watts and continuous power of 2500 Watts, this product is the ideal solution for power failure emergencies and guarantees optimum compatibility with sensitive equipment, computers, motors, televisions and more! Compact and portable, this unit is perfect for use at worksites, on boats, or for permanent use in a solar power setup. The 11260 features numerous safety features including an overload alarm and LED light, a soft start system, low battery shut down, DC input overload voltage, output overload, overload temperature, short circuit shut down, and a high speed cooling fan. Equipped with four 110 Volt AC household electrical outlets, this inverter is so advanced that it is patented. The system includes a full product manual, DC/AC power inverter remote control modular connector cable, an LCD digital display and key chain remote.
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Sunforce 2500 Watt Pure Sine Wave Inverter
How To Use With Solar Power?
The inverter is attached to one or several 12-volt batteries, which serve as your power source. The devices that you want to run are then plugged into the outlets on the front of the inverter. Once set up, simply turn on the inverter and then turn on each device.
Convert 12 Volt DC power into clean, stable 110 Volt AC power
Key Component of 12-Volt Solar Power Systems
The Sunforce 11260 2500-Watt Pro Series Pure Sine Wave Inverter converts DC power into clean, stable AC power that is ideal for running home appliances, pumps, and motors. It provides 5000 Watts of total peak surge power to get your gear started, and 2500 Watts of continuous power to keep it running. Pure Sine Wave inversion guarantees optimum compatibility with sensitive equipment, computers, motors, televisions and more. Compact and portable, this inverter is perfect for use at work sites, on boats, or for permanent use in a solar power setup.
- Equipped with numerous safety features
- Automatically shuts down in the event of short-circuits, low battery power, DC input voltage overload, output overload, or excessive temperature
- Also features soft-start system
- Includes key chain remote control to turn on/off the inverter at a distance
- Comes with LCD display
- Also includes four 110V household electrical outlets to power a variety of electronic devices
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I have had nothing but problems with this inverter. It is completely unreliable. The OST is continually tripping the unit, which causes the AC to turn off and everything attached to it. After months of the unit tripping, it finally permanently failed, error code 529, and almost caught my camper on fire. It took weeks to get the smell out. I'm a seasoned electrical engineer with many years of power supply design experience, so I know the unit was installed correctly with very heavy wires, and located closed to four 125Ahr batteries in a clean, dry and well-ventilated area.
After sending over five emails to customer service, I finally received a response after threatening to write a bad review on the internet. They instructed me to send the unit back to NY, and they would look at it. I know it was delivered through a tracking number, but after numerous emails, I still have not received even an acknowledgment that they received the unit...very frustrating to say the least.
My 2 cents...buy from a more reputable company with customer service. You may need to spend twice the money, but it is worth every penny to get something that you can install, forget and enjoy for many years.
####Update 5-21-13 #####
I have been using this for 2 months now and works great still, have been using 24 hrs a day. Runs a small fridge, a computer several hours a day, lights, a 1500 watt griddle that we cook on. It willl run the light plus either 2 of the other items at the same time. I have not tried any more than 2 bigger appliances at the same time.
As i stated b4 the biggest thing with inverters is make sure to have the correct wire size supplying power to the inverter(for the size inverter you have and how long the wire has to be
I bought this to use as back up for the occasional power outages we get in Michigan. The inverter runs the furnace, TV, bunch of lights, computer and internet gizmoes. I have 3 marine deep cycle batteries connected to it and I get 3 hours of power.
The inverter runs until the battery voltage drops to ~10.5Vdc. Suprizing just how much power a house takes to run.
For long term use I would need more batteries and some means to charge em up.
Shutdown usually occurs when the batteries are close to depleted and the furnace comes on pulling the voltage low and tripping the low voltage shutdown.
I put about 20 total hours use on it. I ran a power test with an electric heater all the way up to 2500 watts. The weak link is how thick the wires need to be. The inverter seams to be able to handle the power as long as I can keep the battery voltage above the low voltage threshold.