Low cost 48 volt 1000 watt power inverter has peak power of 2000 watt, converting 48V DC power from battery to AC household power like 110V, 220V, 240V, great for use in the the car, at home, camping or any place where AC power is needed.
1000W 48V 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 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: Why are the inverter reading different from the meter reading?
1. Inverter reading greater than meter reading
In most cases, the inverter displays a higher power output than the meter reading. The reading on the inverter screen or monitoring display is the output power of the inverter, which is transmitted to the meter through a section of AC cable. There is some loss of power generation on the AC cable, and the amount of loss depends on the cable material (copper, aluminum), length, wire diameter and other factors. The line loss will cause the inverter reading to be larger than the meter reading.
2. Inverter reading smaller than meter reading
In very small cases, the inverter reads higher than the meter. The measuring accuracy of inverter and meter has some errors. The accuracy of the current sensor inside the inverter is about ±0.5%, and the electricity meter has errors as well as the inverter. The nameplate of the electricity meter usually indicates the accuracy grade 0.2s, 0.5s and 1.0s, which means the accuracy error is ±0.2%, ±0.5% and ±1.0%, and the accuracy grade of the household electricity meter is generally 1.0s. If the inverter is a positive error (the actual measured value is relatively large) while the meter is a negative error (the actual measured value is relatively small), and the line loss is small, the reading of the inverter may be higher than the meter.