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Old 06-02-11, 06:57 AM   #22
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Default New Inverter

I impulsively placed a bid ($250) on a new inverter..
I've decided that we need another inverter (with real sine waves) to power
the main downstairs AC circuit. (The FIOS box, backup PC workstations,
freezer and new dehumidifier).
The new dehumidifier will run on the old MSW inverter,
but makes a noise like a buzz saw. And that can't be good.


Anyways, this PowerJack was the only one that I could find that used 48vdc in this
power and price range. They have some 12vdc 1.5kw units, but these
48vdc units are hard to find right now.

They billed me for it, I hope they can make one (in China) and get mailed out before fall..

I was just thinking, my old 1200w GTI powerjack will be able to
piggyback on top of this new Sinewaver.
Just in case 800w of PV (+battery bank) isn't enough for the daytime load.
I could wire in an extra 500w of PV from the tracker array for a total of 1.3kw.



1500W pure sine wave power inverter

48V/110V

Dc to AC
1500w pure sine wave power inverter
This is a 48volt DC to 110volt AC power inverter with 1500 watts continuous power handling and 3000 Watts peak power, pure sine wave, thermal shutdown, reverse polarity protection, low voltage shutdown, low voltage alarm,

specification

Item No.
PSW-1500-48-110

Continuous Output Power
1500W

Max Output Power
3000W

DC Input Voltage
DC 48V

AC Output Voltage
110VAC
Regulation ±5%

Frequency
60Hz±3%

Efficiency
87%

Output Wave Form
Pure Sine Wave

Input Low Voltage Protection
YES

Input Reverse Polarity?
YES

circuit protection
YES

Output Short Circuit Protection
YES

Overload Protection
YES
Net weight 5kgs
Certificate CE
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