What to look for in Go Power GP-MS2812-PKG 2800 Watt Pure Sine Wave Magnum Energy Inverter?
Pure Sine Wave power source for use on all electronic devices or appliances Ideal for any sensitive electronic device such as Televisions, Computers, Battery Powered Tools and more. Built in Battery Charger and Transfer Switch, to seamlessly swap between Inverter Power and Shore Power Generator Power. The easiest Inverter Charger installation on the market and includes a 3 year warranty. Includes a Magnum ME-RC50 Remote Control Magnum Inverter Charger Remote Fuse Block Package with 125 Amp Battery Charger, 50 Amp Transfer Switch, ME-RC50 Remote and 400 Amp Fuse Block. Includes a Go Power FBL-400 slow blow Class T Inverter fuse to protect your wiring and inverter
What is the advantage of this Go Power GP-MS2812-PKG 2800 Watt Pure Sine Wave Magnum Energy Inverter?
The Magnum Energy MS2812 Pure Sine Power Inverter Charger takes 12 volt DC battery power and converts it to AC household power. This inverter will run 2800 Watts continuous. The battery charger on the MS2812 features a 125 Amp charge capability and uses roughly 25 less generator power than standard industry chargers. This Inverter Charger comes with the Magnum ME-RC50 Remote Control for easy On Off access and the ability to adjust and use the many extra features that come standard on this Magnum inverter. The MS2812 also has a 50 amp transfer switch built in to allow for easy connection to second source of AC power such as shore power or a generator. The package also includes a Go Power FBL-400 slow blow Class T Inverter fuse block to protect your DC wiring and the inverter. The MS2812 is ETL listed to the stringent requirements of UL cUL 458 for mobile use and UL 1741 for residential.
Customer reviewsBetter than the brand x inverter this replaced
My 2500 watt brand X inverter finally started smoking and gave up after 14 years and 600 in repairs over the last two years. This MagnaSine 2800 watt inverter basically just hooked right up to the wiring from my old inverter with little rerouting. The MagnaSine used the same remote cable as the X inverter so I didnt need to rerun even that cable. I love that the MagnaSine remote control panel is the same size as the xantrex remote that it replaced... even the mounting screw holes are in the same place. A couple of improvements I noticed between the MS and the one it replaced The new inverter seems to draw less power than the old one. I don t have any documented evidence but my three solar panels easily keep batteries charged while we use the inverter during daylight to watch tv, microwave, vacuum, etc. The old inverter would definitely run the battery down while inverting, even with no load... even in the daytime. Also, we are able to run the MS inverter for several hours at night now for tv, cooking, etc without running batteries too low I start conserving when batteries get down to 12 volts . I notice that this inverter is much quieter and runs much cooler than the X one did. As far as the pure sine wave power coming out of this one, I can t really tell the difference between pure sine wave and modified sine wave. Maybe the microwave runs better but I could be imagining that.