How to choose the best Krieger 3000 Watts Power Inverter 12V to 110V for you?
3000 watts continuous power, 6000 watts peak power, KR3000 modified sine wave power inverter converts 12V DC to 120V AC power, connect DC battery cables directly to your 12V battery and you have power on the go. Perfect for an Emergency, Hurricane, Storm or Outage - Our version of an all-inclusive wired remote control, ANL inline fuse kit, 3 Ft battery cables included and a built in hardwired kit for applications larger than 15 Amps. We have your back. This inverter has all the protections that you will need. Overload, over voltage, under voltage, high temperature and short circuit. All of this is displayed on the LCD screen as well as input voltage, output wattage and battery level. Don t just take our word for this inverter s rating, this item has been tested, validated and approved by METLAB for both its safety and performance. MET Approved under UL std 458 and CSA std C22.2. You can t go wrong with Krieger We believe in our product and quality and we offer the warranty that proves it 3 Years parts and labor warranty
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There are 2 main types of power inverters in this catagory of inverter. Sine wave pure etc. or modified sine wave. Sine wave produce power very similar to what you would get out of your wall house hold power. Most devices don t have any issues with this although you should always check. The second type is MODIFIED sine wave. These do not create power the same as your house. They produce a less refined power in order to reduce the price. Which to choose depends on what you are powering. You should always check because some affects happen over time and wouldn t be noticed in a 5 minute test. A general rule is that the more complicated and sensitive the electronics the worse it will do on MODIFIED sine wave power. Think of it this way, if you drove a car with stop sign shaped wheels it would do ok on sand this would be a heater but if you drove on concrete it would be very bumpy this would be sensitive equipment .