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High Power, High Output Pure Sine Wave Inverter, Low Frequency, AC Charger, 24v Input, 110v Output, 1500 watt Continuous, 4500 watt Peak 1500w/4500w 24v Pure Sinewave Low Frequency Inverter

Main Features:

  • 1500 Watt Continuous / 4500 Watt Peak Output
  • LCD Display
  • Pure Sine Wave Output
  • Built-In 25 AMP AC Charger
  • Pure Copper Transformer
  • Power Saving Mode
  • User Configurable Options

Our Price: $369.99
High Power, High Output Pure Sine Wave Inverter, Low Frequency, AC Charger, 24v Input, 110v Output, 3000 watt Continuous, 9000 watt Peak 3000w/9000w 24v Pure Sinewave Low Frequency Inverter

Main Features:

  • 3000 Watt Continuous / 9000 Watt Peak Output
  • LCD Display
  • Pure Sine Wave Output
  • Built-In 45 AMP AC Charger
  • Pure Copper Transformer
  • Power Saving Mode
  • User Configurable Options

Our Price: $499.99
High Power, High Output Pure Sine Wave Inverter, Low Frequency, AC Charger, 24v Input, 110v Output, 4000 watt Continuous, 12000 watt Peak 4000w/12000w 24v Pure Sinewave Low Frequency Inverter

Main Features:

  • 4000 Watt Continuous / 12000 Watt Peak Output
  • LCD Display
  • Pure Sine Wave Output
  • Built-In 65 AMP AC Charger
  • Pure Copper Transformer
  • Power Saving Mode
  • User Configurable Options

Our Price: $599.99
High Power, High Output, Split Phase,Pure Sine Wave Inverter, Low Frequency, AC Charger, 24v Input, 110v 240v Output, 4000 watt Continuous, 12000 watt Peak 4000w/12000w Split Phase 24v Pure Sinewave Low Frequency Inverter

Main Features:

  • 4000 Watt Continuous / 12000 Watt Peak Output
  • SPLIT PHASE Inverter
  • LCD Display
  • Pure Sine Wave Output
  • Built-In 55 AMP AC Charger
  • Pure Copper Transformer
  • Power Saving Mode
  • User Configurable Options

Our Price: $874.99
High Power, High Output, Split Phase,Pure Sine Wave Inverter, Low Frequency, AC Charger, 24v Input, 110v 240v Output, 6000 watt Continuous, 18000 watt Peak 6000w/18000w Split Phase 24v Pure Sinewave Low Frequency Inverter

Main Features:

  • 6000 Watt Continuous / 18000 Watt Peak Output
  • SPLIT PHASE Inverter
  • LCD Display
  • Pure Sine Wave Output
  • Built-In 55 AMP AC Charger
  • Pure Copper Transformer
  • Power Saving Mode
  • User Configurable Options

Our Price: $1,174.99
   
 

Low Frequency Off-Grid Pure Sine Wave Inverters:


FZ-EP3000-LV-24v

Available in 24v input, 120v output, 1000w, 1500w, 2000w, 3000w, 4000w
The FZ-EP3000-LV series is a very economical pure sine wave inverter with built in AC charger from 20A to 70A (depending on model). Solar /AC priority configurable. With a low frequency transformer, it enables the inverter to safely operate with all kinds of home appliances.


Why do you NEED a Pure Sine Wave Inverter?

A modified sine wave inverter can be used for simple systems that don’t have any delicate electronics or audio equipment that may pick up the choppy wave and produce a hum. Old tube TVs and motors with brushes are usually ok with modified sine wave. Your digital clock will likely act funky, and battery rechargers quite often just plain won’t work. Some equipment may seem to be working fine, but may run hotter than with a pure sine wave and reduce the life of it.

Take heed if you’re considering buying a modified square wave inverter to shave a few bucks off your system costs. Many modern appliances won’t run as well and some not at all on modified waveform:

· Laser printers, photocopiers, and anything with an electrical component called a thyristor

· Anything with a silicon-controlled rectifier (SCR), like those used in some washing machine controls

· A few laptop computers

· Some fluorescent lights with electronic ballasts

· Some battery chargers for cordless tools

· Some new furnaces and pellet heaters with microprocessor controls

· Digital clocks with radios

· Appliances having speed/microprocessor controls (like some sewing machines)

· Home automation systems

· Medical equipment such as oxygen concentrators

In general, because the total harmonic distortion is higher in modified square wave inverters, motors will run hotter (less efficiently, consuming up to 30% more energy than with pure sine wave inverters), and likely not last as long. Additionally, a modified square wave inverter will often cause a “buzz” to be heard from audio devices and sometimes other appliances like ceiling fans and microwave ovens.

You can liken using a modified sine wave inverter to running a car with square wheels versus a pure sine wave inverter like running a car with round wheels. In the first case the ride is going to be awful rough and depending on the sensitivity of the car’s occupants they may not survive the ride.