QCYP Pure sine wave inverter 12V 24V 48V 60 to 220V 110V 230V 240V 1600W 2200W 3000W 4000 5000 6000 Car home solar Power INVERTER,24V-110V/3000W-digital display
(as of Jul 29,2021 00:03:31 UTC – Details)
■Determine your battery voltage:
①The inverter voltage must be the same as the battery voltage, otherwise the inverter will not work or be damaged.
②The capacity of the battery is directly related to the size of the electrical appliances. The larger the battery, the more electrical appliances can be carried.
③Such as 12V battery * 60AH capacity * 0.8 conversion rate = electrical appliances within 576W can be brought.
■Determine which appliances need to be loaded:
①Electrical appliances are divided into resistive load appliances and inductive load appliances
②Resistive electrical appliances have no starting power, and inductive electrical appliances have starting power, which is generally between 3 and 7 times.
—–Resistive, such as: computers, TVs, fans, lights and other household appliances.
—–Perceptual: refrigerators, washing machines, ice sand machines, electric drills, water pumps, sanders, etc.
■Determine the electrical voltage that needs to be loaded:
1600W inverter,continuous power-800W,starting power -1600W
2200W inverter,continuous power-1100W,starting power -2200W
3000W inverter,continuous power-1500W,starting power -3000W
4000W inverter,continuous power-2000W,starting power -4000W
5000W inverter,continuous power-2500W,starting power -5000W
6000W inverter,continuous power-3000W,starting power -6000W
1. The inverter voltage must be the same as the battery voltage
2. Use the standard battery cable provided by us. Do not interchange positive and negative poles.
3. Before connecting the wires to the inverter, please cut off the positive terminal of the battery.
4.Please make sure that the product meets your needs before buying.
Product Size:30*11.2*6cm 1.8KG
Input voltage:12V/24V/48V/60V/72V options
The output voltage:220V±10%/50HZ 110V±10%/60HZ
With multiple protection functions! (Overheating, overvoltage, undervoltage, overload, overcurrent, etc.)