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Lensun 300 Watts DC to AC Pure Sine Wave Power Inverter, 24v DC to 240v AC
* High Transform efficiency, fast start；
* Pure sine wave output waveform；
* Softstart function；
* Strong adaptability and stability；
* with automatic over current and output Short circuit protection to avoid damage the equipment；
* Safe and reliable with built in fuse；
* DC/AC Isolated；
* High temperature alarm and protection system;
* Output overloaded alarm and protection system;
* Output short circuit alarm and protection system;
* High surge capacity for starting demanding loads;
* Alarm and protection for low / high battery.
Out put waveform: pure sine wave inverter
Continuous power: 300watt
Surge power: 600Watt
Input volt: 24V
Output volt: 230 AC
Battery Voltage: 24V
DC Current (typ.): 15A
Low Battery Alarm: 21V ± 2%
Battery Voltage Selected: 20V±2%
High Battery: 32V ± 2%
No load current draws : 250mA
Dimension (L*W*H): 205*112*58mm
Gross Weight: 1.25kgs
Scope of Application :
Computers, medical instruments, cash registers, TVs, DVD players, audio equipment, fax machines,
limousines, buses, RVs, various types of light duty motors, etc.
Choosing the right Inverter for you.
First step is to establish the power required to run your equipment. Most appliances/tools have their wattage stamped on the nameplate or listed in the owner's manual. Simply add your appliance wattages together to arrive at a total figure. If you find you can only locate the amps, use this simple calculation: 240 volts x ? Amps=Watts.
Step two is selecting the correct size inverter. Resistive loads (lights, chargers etc.) only require your inverters rated output. Inductive loads such as an air conditioner, refrigerator/freezer, require 5 - 7 times the continuous rating, e.g. an 80W refrigerator requires a 600W inverter. Power tools, fluorescent lights, TVs also require 3-4 times more wattage at start up therefore you would need a 1000W inverter to power a 250W drill.
Keep in mind, it's an inverter, not a power station, choosing an inverter with 25-30% above your needs is recommended. If you are unsure of your requirements, ask us or a licensed electrician.
1 x 300 Watts DC to AC Pure Sine Wave Power Inverter, 24v DC to 240v AC