XYZ 5000W Pure Sine Wave Inverter
XYZ 5000W Pure Sine Wave Inverter
【Pure Sine Wave Inverter】With 5000W / 10000W Peak Power, you can easily convert 12V DC battery power to 120V AC power for all your household appliances. It is a great choice for power backup during outages.
【Easy To Operate】Our inverter is incredibly easy to operate, thanks to the Dual Intelligent US AC Socket. You can use multiple appliances at the same time, and the hardwire terminal blocks make customization a breeze. The LED displays keep you informed of your appliance statuses.
【Wide Application】This heavy-duty inverter is perfect for camping trips or emergency situations. You can power all your essential items, from your kitchen appliances (oven, microwave, refrigerator, etc.) to your water heater, pump, hair dryer, washing machine, and A/C system. It is also great for charging sensitive devices without any damage.
【9 Kinds Of Protections】Safety is a top priority, which is why we have equipped our inverter with 9 types of protection systems. We offer short circuit protection, high temperature protection, high and low volt protection, surge protection, overload protection, over current protection and fuse protection, ensuring complete safety.
【Excellent Service】As a part of our commitment to providing our customers with top-notch service, we offer a 12-month warranty on each item and exceptional customer service. We typically respond within 12 hours or less to ensure that you're always satisfied with your purchase. Don't wait any longer, get your Pure Sine Wave Inverter today!
PACKAGE INCLUDES- 5000 Watt Pure Sine Wave Inverter
- Battery Cable
- Spare Fuses
- User's Manual
Our pure sine wave 5000 watt inverter is not only a reliable source for backup power during outages, but also an essential companion for outdoor enthusiasts. With Dual Intelligent US AC Socket and hardwire terminal blocks, you can easily power multiple appliances at once, from kitchen appliances like ovens, microwaves, and refrigerators to water heaters, pumps, hair dryers, washing machines, and A/C systems. Our inverter is also equipped with 9 types of protection systems, including short circuit, high and low volt protection, and surge protection to ensure complete safety.
Perfect Ture Sine Waveform
● Safe: No damage to devices
● Silence: Less audible noise
● Saving: Less power consumption
● Stable: As good as city power
This item is protected against:
● High Input Voltage ● Low Input Voltage ● Overload ● Overcurrent ● Reverse Connection ● Short Circuit ● Overheat
Intelligent Cooling Fans
The dual intelligent cooling fans will automatically turn on when the inside temperature is high to dissipate heat and protect this machine from overheating.
|XYZ 5000W Power Inverter|
|Rated Power||5000 watt continuous|
|Peak Power||10000 watt surge|
|Input Voltage||12V / 24V / 48V|
|Input Voltage Range||10~15v / 21-30v / 42-60v|
|Output Voltage||110V~120V AC|
|Waveform||Pure Sine Wave|
|No Load Current Draw||1.5A|
|Low Voltage Alarm||9.5-10.5v / 19.5-21.5v / 43-45v|
|Low Voltage Shut Down||9-10v / 18.5-20.5v / 41.5-42.5v|
|Over Voltage Shut Down||15.5v / 30.5v / 61.5v|
|Over Heat Protection||Cooling Fans Run When It's Over 120 F|
|Packing||inverter, cable, fuse, manual|
1. How can I safely add a fuse or circuit breaker between the input terminal of the inverter and the battery? What specifications are recommended?
Adding a fuse or circuit breaker between the input terminal of your inverter and the battery is a good idea. It can help protect your inverter from damage due to an overcurrent condition.The specifications you need to use will depend on the continuous power of the inverter and the lowest input voltage:
Continuous power of the inverter ÷ Lowest input voltage =Fuse ampere, e.g.
3000W 12VDC version: recommed a 300Amp fuse (3000W÷10VDC=300Amp)
3000W 24VDC version: recommed a 150Amp fuse (3000W÷20VDC=150Amp)
3000W 48VDC version: recommed a 75Amp fuse (3000W÷40VDC=75Amp)
2. Why did sparks appear on the cable and the inverter terminal when connecting the battery to the inverter?
When you first connect your inverter to your battery, you may notice some sparks. This is normal, and it is not a sign that your inverter is malfunctioning. The inverter has built-in large capacitors, and a small amount of power is still stored inside them. When the battery cable is connected to the input of the inverter, the sparks are actually a discharge process. So don't worry, your inverter is just doing its job!
3. Why does the inverter output voltage drop continuously or even shut down automatically when running a load?
1). Check to see if you have a fuse or circuit breaker installed in your system. For example, for the 3000W 12VDC version, a 300 amp fuse is usually recommended between the inverter and the battery. If the fuse size is too small, it will limit the input current.
2). If you are using standard cables, please check to ensure that all 4 cables are used or the output will only be about half. If you are using your own cables, please make sure that they are larger than AWG 4, or thicken them if they are longer than 24 inches. This will ensure that you receive the full output from your cables.
3). Before connecting, make sure your battery system has enough capacity to support your load. For 3000 watt 12VDC inverters, choose a battery system with at least 300AH or more. When the DC LED reading drops while the load is running, your battery capacity may be too small to power the load.