The inverter doesn’t have sinusoidal AC output, which prevents me from giving it a 5-star review. I’ve not hooked it to an oscilloscope, but I think its an approximated sine wave as most are. This causes the usual buzzing in transformers hooked up towards the inverter – exactly the same issue you hear with any other sub-$500 unit. Aside from that, it operates pretty good, and shows up to be really excellent designed. The mounting holes are solid, the case is solid, the fans don’t seem to be terribly noisy, and it seems to vent pretty good. Ran a projector at 230W for 45 minutes plus the fans only kicked on twice for about a minute each time. Not too shabby. Absolutely a great device for the price, would suggest this inverter to everyone that doesn’t require accurate sinusoidal output.
Inverter, is an electronic device or circuitry that changes direct current (DC) to alternating current (AC). The input voltage, output voltage and frequency, and overall power handling depend on the design of the specific device or circuitry. The inverter does not produce any power; the power is provided by the DC source.
- 1500 Watts Continuous Power, 3000 Watts Peak Power
- Three grounded AC receptacles and 5-Volt USB output
- LED function/status meter
- Remote on/off capable for easy control when installed out of reach
- Current Overload Protection
- Short Circuit Protection
- Low Voltage Protection
- High Voltage Protection
- Over Temperature Protection