ProMariner TruePower Marine Power Inverters

ProMariner TruePower Marine Power Inverters


The ProMariner TruePower Marine Power Inverters convert 12 VDC battery power to 110 VAC household power.


  • HD marine construction
  • True rated continuous power
  • Highly visible power and fault LED indicators
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TrueMarine Performance:

  • Internal Conformal Coating for Anti-Corrosion
  • Soft Start and Noise Filtered Technology
  • Bat Saver Mode
  • Hi-Surge Ratings for Demanding Loads
  • Constructed to UL 458
  • Meets the Requirements of ABYC E-11 Marine

TrueMarine Protection:

  • GFCI AC Outlet Safety Protected
  • Input Polarity Protection
  • Low Battery Alarm
  • Low Battery Shutdown
  • Overload Protection
  • Output Short Circuit Protection
  • Thermal Protection
  • Over Voltage (15 VDC) Protection
Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
ProMariner TruePower Marine Power Inverters 05040 TruePower marine power inverter, 400W
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ProMariner TruePower Marine Power Inverters 05150 TruePower marine power inverter, 1500W
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ProMariner TruePower Standard Remote 05121 TruePower standard remote for 600, 800, 1000, and 1200 inverters
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