This 12V DC to AC power inverter produces 2000 Watt continuous and 4000 Watt peak power, 110V/120V and 220V/230V/240V AC power for choice, ideal for car or home use to power devices or appliances.
2000W 12V Inverter Specification
||1-Phase (L, N, G) 110V/120V AC ±5% or 220V/230V/240V AC ±5%
- NOT provide split phase configuration (L1, L2+N, G)
|Unload Current (less than)
||50Hz±0.5Hz or 60Hz±0.5Hz
||Modified sine wave or Pure sine wave
||Universal outlet *1
|Input Voltage Range
|Low Voltage Alarm
|Low Voltage Shutdown
|High Voltage Shutdown
|Short Circuit Protection
|Reverse Connection Protection
||Intelligent cooling fan
||-10℃ ~ +50℃
||-30℃ ~ +70℃
|Remote Control *
||Wired control (3m) or Wireless control (20m)
-Wired control ONLY applies to pure sine wave inverter
Note: * The AC output is 1-Phase (L, N, G), NOT Split Phase like USA standard (L1, L2+N, G).
Output Sockets (Optional)
Pure Sine Wave Inverter Remote Control & LCD Display (Optional)
- Pure sine wave power inverter is available with remote control: wired control and wireless control.
- LCD display shows input voltage, output voltage, output frequncy, battery capacity and power.
- Low voltage
Alarm at first; voltage continuously reduce, LED Red light on & shut down.
- Over voltage
LED Red light on, shut down
- Over load
LED Red light on, shut down
- Over temperature
Alarm at first; temperature continuously rise, LED Red light on & shut down.
- Short circuit
LED Red light on
- Input reverse polarity
Power Inverter Applications
Tips: What factors affecting the efficiency of power inverter?
The only way to improve the efficiency of power inverters is to reduce the losses. The main losses of power inverters come from IGBT, MOSFET and other power switch tubes, as well as magnetic devices such as transformers and inductors, which is related to the current, voltage and the process adopted by the selected materials.
1. IGBT loss
It can be divided into conduction loss and switching loss. Among them, conduction loss is related to internal resistance and current passing through components, while switching loss is related to switching frequency of components and DC voltage endured by components.
2. Inductance loss
It can be divided into copper loss and iron loss. Among them, copper loss refers to the loss caused by resistance of inductance coil. When current is heated by passing through the resistance of inductance coil, part of electric energy is transformed into heat energy and lost, and because the coil is usually wrapped by insulated copper wire, it is also called copper loss, which can be calculated by measuring the short-circuit impedance of transformers. Iron loss includes two aspects: hysteresis loss and eddy current loss, which can be calculated by measuring the no-load current of transformers.