- 12,000 Watts Continuous Output
- 120 / 240 Split Phase AC Output
- ETL certification to UL 1741
- 36,000 Watt Surge power for up to 20 seconds
- Two year warranty and tech support.
Publisher: AIMS Power
Warranty: 2 Year manufacturers warranty
Details: Built with a 48 volt DC input, this inverter performs with very little power loss. Users receive a notable increase in efficiency in large systems when compared to using inverters that accept 12 or 24 volts. This can be an attractive feature for sustainability lovers looking to live as efficiently as possible and backed by an ETL certification to UL 1741 standards and two year warranty and tech support. The most common use for this inverter is emergency backup power or off-grid systems for residences, businesses and remote power needs. You'll always be prepared for the next power outage with access to 12,000 watts of continuous power and 36,000 watts of surge (for up to 20 seconds). AIMS has added a "pump" output for inductive loads providing a smoother start up for motors and pumps. The auto-generator start port is also a great feature for emergency backup power, as it will automatically kick on your generator when it senses your battery bank getting low. One of the most sought-after features this inverter has is the direct-connect terminal block, which allows users to surpass the 12,000 watt capacity and harness its 300% surge power(up to 36,000 watts for 20 seconds as previously noted). This inverter is also built to withstand reasonable heat and temperature fluctuations because of its over-temperature protection and dual thermally-controlled fans. And it's protected from humidity or airborne dust and dirt by virtue of its marine-coated (or "conformal-coated") boards. This inverter provides the reliability needed in any business or residential emergency backup power applications. The inverter is split-phase and will output 110/120 Vac or 220/230/240 Vac, and it can output 50 or 60Hz via the SW4 dipswitch on the DC side of the product. This means that this inverter works internationally and is operable with nearly any electrical system on the planet.