Powerful modified sine wave inverter for car & home use provides 3000 watt continuous and 6000 watt peak power by inverting 24V DC battery power to 110V/120V/220V/230V/240V AC household power, strong durability, high stability, excellent quality yet low price.
Note: Refrigerator or similar to the refrigerator load equipment, need to choose 10 times more power inverter.
3000W 24V 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 *2 (US socket *4)
|Input Voltage Range
|Low Voltage Alarm
|Low Voltage Protection
|High Voltage Protection
|Short Circuit Protection
|Reverse Connection Protection
||Intelligent cooling fan
||-10℃ ~ +50℃
||-30℃ ~ +70℃
||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: Two main factors to be considered when buying a power inverter
There are only two things to consider when buying an inverter.
First, what type of the device or appliance is the inverter used for? (Modified sine wave inverter or pure sine wave inverter)
Second, what power rating of the inverter does your appliance need? (200W, 400W, 1000W...)
Generally speaking, if there is no power adapter on the power side, you need sine wave inverter. The appliances or devices such as electric rice cooker, induction cooker, hair dryer, massage hammer, energy-saving lamp, TV, etc., generally do not have power adapter, and have another characteristic of narrow voltage input, which is ~120V 50/60hz or ~220V 50/60hz. If the power side has a power adapter, pure sine wave power inverter will not be considered. The electronics like laptop, camera battery charger, and drone charger have the wide voltage input 100-240V 50-60 Hz. Due to the protection of the power adapter, it is not likely to damage these electronics via modified sine wave inverter.
Next, how much output power of an inverter is required? First you need to see how much power your car cigarette lighter can use. The general car cigarette lighter has two types of output: 12V 10A ≤ 120W or 12V 15A ≤ 180W. A cigarette lighter connected to an appliance greater than this will blow your fuse. Inverters larger than 200W have to be connected to the battery. If it is a modified wave inverter, 200W is enough.