Modified Sine Wave Inverter 600 Watt Peak Power Inverter 300w For
1 The Modified sine wave Series Inverters are suitable for most
loads and provide an economical way to get instant AC power
anywhere and anytime as long as a battery is handy.
2 The inverter converts a DC power source (e.g. from a car, truck,
boat or standard battery or solar panels) to 120V/230 VAC power.
The inverter range is suitable for small solar installations.
Battery Input Properties
Nominal Input Voltage
Input Voltage Range
Low Voltage Cut Off
Low Voltage Restart
Low Voltage Alarm
High Voltage Cut Off
High Voltage Restart
No Load Current
Input Reverse Protection
AC Output Properties
AC Voltage Range
AC Output Frequency
Continuous Output Power
Peak Output Power
Output Voltage Waveform
Modified Sine Wave
USB Output Voltage
USB Output Current
Output Short Circuit Protection
High Temperature Protection
Operating :Green LED
Fault :Red LED And Alarm
Operating Temperature Range
Storage Temperature Range
Operating Relative Humidity
Storage Relative Humidity
300W 12v DC 220v AC Power Inverter.
Convert DC 12V electricity source into AC 220V power
AC frequency: 50Hz (+/-1%)
Automatic Thermal Shutdown
Extra Surge Capacity
Low Battery Alarm/ Shut Off
Modified Sine Wave
Built-in Cooling Fan
Note: Please make sure you if the voltage and plug fit for you
Question 1: Do I Need A Power Inverter?
Answer: Actually, no. This is the only component of a solar energy system
that is not absolutely required. However, if you don't use one, you
will not have 120 volts AC and will have use battery power alone.
This might be acceptable in a small RV or cabin, but most people
want to use normal AC appliances.
Question 2: What's The Difference Between 12, 24, And 48 Volt
Answer: This refers to the input voltage from the battery bank. The main
consideration is that at higher voltages the current is less so
that you can use smaller wires between your solar panel array and
your battery bank. Of course, when you decide on a system voltage,
the Solar Panels, Inverter, and Battery Bank all need to use the
Question 3: What's The Difference Between A Pure Sine Wave Inverter
And A Modified Sine Wave Inverter?
Answer: The AC sine wave of a pure sine wave inverter is just as good as
the utility company's AC power. A modified sine wave inverter is
not as close, but is still quite satisfactory in most cases.
Certain motor control circuits don't like the modified wave.
Modified sine wave inverters are also much less expensive