Elinz Pure Sine Wave Power Inverter 1500W/3000W 12V-240V AUS Plug Remote Control

1500W Max Continuous Power~>90% Efficiency~USB

(SKU: INTPWRM1500)
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Pure Sine Wave Power Inverter 1500W/3000W 12V-240V AUS Plug Remote Control

SKU: INTPWRM1500

pure sine wave power inverter with caption 1500w and 90% efficiency
Remote Control 1500W Inverter

Remote Control

  • The remote control is more convenient to control the inverter ON/Off and comes with 6 meter long cable for Caravan, RV, Truck, Car, Boat.
  • With 6m cable for the remote control , you can even mount the remote on a wall or on a similar surface
Pure Sine Wave 1500W Inverter

Pure Sine Wave Output Wave Form

  • The High Performance Pure Sine Wave Power Inverter is your affordable necessity without sacrificing performance.
Powerful AC Source inverter

Clean and Powerful AC Source

  • With Magnetic ring installed to reduce interference.
  • You can run high powered devices such as computers and TVs from your car, four wheel drive (4WD), truck, caravan, and boat battery.
Pure Sine Wave inverter with caption maximum continuous power 1500W

Maximum Continuous Power 1500W & Peak Power 3000W

  • It is capable to maintain continuous power of 1500w
  • It delivers maximum 3000w output
  • The quiet running, robust, and reliable power converter connects standard Australian 3 pin electrical devices of up to 3000w to a 12v vehicle battery.
1500W Inverter Ventilation

Highly Effecient Fans to Avoid Over Heating

  • The Inverter is safe to use and has fans to avoid over heating
Efficient 1500W Power inverter, 90% efficiency

>90% Efficiency

  • This inverter can achieve >90% highest efficiency making it more useful, reliable and can be used on more appliances around you.
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The High Performance Pure Sine Wave Power Inverter is your affordable necessity without sacrificing performance. The quiet running, robust, and reliable power converter connects standard Australian 3 pin electrical devices of up to 3000W to a 12V vehicle battery. It delivers maximum 3000W output and is able to maintain continuous 1500W effortlessly. The Pure Since Wave allows you to enjoy a clean and powerful AC source completely free from signal interference. You can run high powered devices such as computers and TVs from your car, four wheel drive (4WD), truck, caravan, and boat battery. The nicely compact unit can be easily store in your boot or under the seat. You are guaranteed to experience the top range in the market giving you a complete peace of mind. Place your order today!

If you purchase our Pure Sine Wave Power Inverter, you can get the assurance that our product has passed all the necessary tests and has been approved by industry experts. If you are looking for a wide selection of Pure Sine wave Inverters from 12V – 240V Inverters to 24V – 240V Inverters, we got it here.
 

Why Choose Pure sine Wave?

It is often called "true" sine wave. It produces a smooth, flowing rhythm of AC electricity. This type of power output is more or less what you get in your home and it is what most household appliances are designed to run on. the consistent flow of electricity enables the PSW to provide better protection for the inner circuitry and microprocessor of electronic devices, thus, helping minimize the risk of your appliances overheating.

Guidelines in Choosing the Right Inverters

1. Power inverter Size

When choosing pure sine wave inverters, you need to make sure you are selecting an inverter that covers your appliance's Continuous Power Consumption and be sure to account its Peak Power Consumption. You'll find pure sine wave inverters range from 300W right up to 5000W depending on the load you need to power.

Continuous Power Consumption Power that appliance continuously uses to run the appliance. (Volts x Amps = Watts)

Peak Power Consumption: Startup power that appliance requires to turn on, also known as starting watts.

Most devices take a lot more energy to get started, and peak power consumption isn't always listed on the appliance's energy label or specifications tag.

Example:
Appliance: Appliance: Pedestal Fan
Power Consumption: 55W
Starting Power: 3 to 7 times

Pedestal Fan can use as much as 3x or even 4x their rated power when starting up. The inverter we recommended to run a 55 Watt Pedestal Fan is 300 Watt or larger.

Notes: Example above is just an estimate and actual wattage of products varies depending by appliance, brand and model etc.

Some appliances and tools with induction motors may require from 3 to 7 times the rated current upon power up. Be sure to check the specific wattage requirements and operating instructions for appliances first.

Other devices like power tool battery chargers may appear to have a relatively low Power Consumption, but have a very high "Peak Power" need. e.g. 100W charger may require a 700 Watt or even 1000 Watt inverter to cover the "Peak" current. It is a good idea to ask the manufacturer to verify the surge amp rating for the item you are trying to run.

How many watts does common home appliances use?
This table will help you estimate your needs. Be sure to check the product label for the actual wattage requirements, and remember that many tools and appliances have significantly higher peak surge requirements when they start up.

2. Match your Battery System

Dependifng on your battery system and application, you have to determine if you need a power inverter that will convert either 12V DC or 24V DC battery supply into 240 volts AC.

If you have 24V battery system you need to go for 24V inverter, a 12V inverter is designed for 12V battery system.

Can I run a 24V inverter on a single 12V battery?
No, you can't use a 24v inverter with a single 12V battery.

Can I use a 12v inverter with a 24v battery bank?
No, you should use a 24 volt inverter.

3. Size of the Battery

Battery size is one of the key components of an inverter system, the performance of an inverter largely depends upon the battery size. You need to make sure that your battery capacity is sufficient to provide the amount of power that your appliance(s) is pulling out through an inverter.

A small battery may not handle the power draw if you are using a large inverter. In this instance the battery will not be able to supply enough power to operate the equipment and the invertor will switch off.

Inverters draw power from the battery even without any load. E.g. A 1500W inverter may roughly draw around 1.5 Amp per hour even without any load applied so you need to consider power draw of the inverter itself too. Basically, the larger the battery the more amp hours you get.

Tips

Overload Protection Feature: The inverter automatically switches off if it overloads. This happens if you erroneously connected loads higher than the inverters rated power. To prevent this from happening we recommend you to look for an inverter with a power rating that is significantly higher than the appliances' combined power and surge power rating.

Low Voltage Input Protection Feature: The inverter automatically switches off or automatically cut off the inverter output. This happens when the battery voltage is lower than under-voltage point. Make sure your batteries are fully charged and in good condition.

High Voltage Input Protection Feature: The inverter automatically switches off or automatically cut off the inverter output. This happens when the battery voltage is higher than high-voltage point. Make sure your batteries are in good condition.

Short Circuit Protection Feature: The inverter will automatically cut off the output. Check whether the load is within the allowable range.

** If you need assistance in choosing the right inverters for your appliance feel free to contact us anytime

Disclaimer:
Elinz is not liable or responsible for any damage caused by any misuse or negligence in using our products. Products provided have specifications on proper way of using them. If in any case, it is used and caused damage to property, the owner have sole liability on the situation.

ITEM DESCRIPTION

  • Model: INTPWRM1500
  • Maximum continuous power: 1500W
  • Peak power: 3000W
  • Maximum efficiency: >90%
  • Input voltage(DC): 12V
  • Output voltage(AC): 240V
  • Output wave form: Pure Sine Wave
  • Frequency: 50Hz
  • Socket type: Australian standard
  • Wave form: Pure sine wave

WHAT'S INCLUDED

1. 1x 1500W Pure Sine Wave Inverter

2. 1x Inverter Remote and Cable for the Remote Control

3. Power Cables

4. User Manual

1500W Pure Sine Wave Inverter, remote, cables and manual with caption "what's included"

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Average Customer Rating For Elinz Pure Sine Wave Power Inverter 1500W/3000W 12V-240V AUS Plug Remote Control:
Rating: 5

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Good Inverter

By: on 16 March 2020

Yea, it's a good inverter. Have had it now for 9 months, no issues. Hooked up to now a singular 260ah Sealed AGM 12v battery (since 2 weeks), was 2 x Repco FLAs 12v in parallel batteries and 200ah before for 8 months but they were flooded lead acid and died after being over-discharged too often. I inherited them from previous owner of my motorhome and they were not very well taken care of. My charging system is a 250w solar panel array with an EPever 30amp MPPT solar charge controller. The inverter works well and even screams bloody murder and light on the switch turns to red when the batteries are under 12v (the old flooded batteries, they died a few times). I have noticed that the battery voltage on the inverter does not match up with the voltage on the solar charge controller but I'm guessing that is because the inverter itself uses some power to convert the DC to AC. I'm trying to find out where and how much amps the inverter uses to work but can't find the stats anywhere. Elinz, can you tell me how much power this inverter uses to function?? Thanks

Rating: 5 out of 5 stars



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