Pure sine wave inverter 500W DC 12V to AC 220V CE certificated Inverter Power inverter Car Inverter Converter 50HZ

Pure sine wave inverter 500W DC 12V to AC 220V CE certificated Inverter Power inverter Car Inverter Converter 50HZ
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Model T12P10000-1 T24P10000-1 T48P10000-1 T12P10000-2 T24P10000-2 T48P10000-2
Continuous power 10000W
Surge Power 2000W
DC Voltage DC12V DC24V DC48V DC12V DC24V DC48V
AC Voltage 100VAC or 110VAC or 120VAC+-5% 220VAC or 230VAC or 240VAC+-5%
Efficiency  60±0.5 Hz 50±0.5 Hz
Wave Form Pure Sine Wave
AC Regulation THD<3%(Linear load)
USB Outlet 5V 500MA
Output efficiency 60%-95%
DC Voltage Range 10-15.5V 20-31V 40-61V 10-15.5V 20-31V 40-61V
Low Voltage Alarm 10.5+-0.5V 21+-0.5V 42+-1V 10.5+-0.5V 21+-0.5V 42+-1V
Low Voltage Shut Down 10+-0.5V 20+-0.5V 40+-1V 10+-0.5V 20+-0.5V 40+-1V
Over Voltage Shut Down 15.5+-0.5V 31+-0.5V 61+-1V 15.5+-0.5V 31+-0.5V 61+-1V
Low Voltage Recovery 13+-0.5V 24+-0.5V 48+-1V 13+-0.5V 24+-0.5V 48+-1V
Over Voltage Recovery 14.8V+-0.5V 29.5V+-0.5V 59+-1V 14.8V+-0.5V 29.5V+-0.5V 59+-1V
Protection Low/Over Voltage  LED Red Light,turn off and alarm
Over Load LED Red Light,turn off,lock up and alarm
Over Temp LED Red Light,turn off and alarm
Short Circuit LED Red Light,turn off and alarm
Input Oppose Diode or Mos FET
Working Temperature Minus 10ºC~ +50ºC
Storage Temp Minus 12ºC~ +70ºC
Warranty 1 Month send back to exchange new,1 year Warranty
Start Bipolar soft-start
Cooling way Intelligent Cooling Fan

Product size:Size:55.7*19.9*14.5cm

Product weight :15kg







Detailed introduction.


Pure sine wave inverter offering superior quality true sine wave output, it is designed to operate popular power tools and sensitive loads. Connect 10000W pure sine wave inverter with battery terninals,then you can get AC power for your appliances,the AC output identical to, and in some cases better than the power supplied by your utility.


.Continuous outlet power:10000W;Peak power 20000W; 

·Low voltage alarm & Shutdown

·Over voltage protection

·Overload protection

·Over temperature protection

·Short circuit protection

·Reverse Polarity protection

·Soft start

·Auto.reset after being in protected

·Grounding  protection 

How Inverters Work?

DC power is steady and continuous, with an electrical charge that flows in only one direction. When the output of DC power is represented on a graph, the result would be a straight line. AC power, on the other hand, flows back and forth in alternating directions so that, when represented on a graph, it appears as a sine wave, with smooth and regular peaks and valleys. A power inverter uses electronic circuits to cause the DC power flow to change directions, making it alternate like AC power. These oscillations are rough and tend to create a square waveform rather than a rounded one, so filters are required to smooth out the wave, allowing it to be used by more electronic devices.

Types of Inverters.

Most modern power inverters produce either modified square (or modified sine) waves, or pure sine (or true sine) waves. Modified square wave inverters don\'t provide the smooth peaks and valleys that AC power from a home\'s electrical outlet does, but it can deliver power that is consistent and efficient enough to run most devices. This type of inverter is relatively inexpensive, and probably the most popular type.

Pure sine wave inverters are the most expensive, but they also deliver the smoothest and most even wave output. Any device will run on a pure sine wave, but some sensitive equipment, like certain medical equipment and variable speed or rechargeable tools, requires this type of inverter to operate correctly. Radios, for example, work better with pure sine wave inverters because the modified square wave inverter\'s less-smooth waves disrupt the radio\'s reception, causing static and other noise.

Inverter Uses

Basic power inverters are often small, rectangular devices that plug directly into the cigarette lighter or DC outlet on the dashboard of a car or other vehicle. This size inverter is usually sufficient to run a laptop, a small television, a portable DVD player, or similar equipment. These devices don’t draw a lot of power and can be used continuously while the vehicle is running; they may even be used for a half-hour to an hour while the engine is off, such as while camping or during a power outage at home.

Other power inverters come with jumper-like cables so they can be connected directly to a battery. This type is required to run more powerful equipment, such as power tools at a remote work site or a larger TV. Inverters can also be hard-wired into a battery to make them easier to use with larger pieces of equipment

Larger inverters are used to convert solar or wind energy into AC power that can be used in a home. Called a grid-tie inverter, this device links into the utility grid to allow power to be delivered along the same wires that supply energy from a electric utility. It even allows any excess power produced to be fed back into the grid, where it can be sold to the utility company.