The Xantrex Freedom 458 Inverter/Charger works with virtually anything from electrical equipment to appliances and electronics in an RV.
With filtered modified sine wave output, the Freedom 458 inverter/charger has the ability to run electrical equipment, appliances and even sensitive electronics. Perfect for any RV, the temperature controlled multistage charging ensures that your batteries are recharged quickly, and safety features such as automatic shut down protects your expensive deep-cycle batteries from excessive depletion.
AC Power Inverter with High Surge Capability, 3-Stage Charger
With filtered modified sine wave output, Freedom inverter/chargers run virtually anything, from electrical equipment to appliances and electronics in your RV. Temperature controlled multistage charging ensures that your batteries are recharged quickly, and automatic shutdown and other safety features protect your expensive deep-cycle batteries from excessive depletion.
For inverter/charger control and basic system monitoring, use the Freedom Basic Remote. For advanced battery monitoring and remote control, Freedom 458 systems can be paired with optional Link instrumentation.
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|81-2010-12||Freedom 458 Inverter/Charger, single in/ single out||
|81-2022-12||Freedom 458 Inverter/Charger, single in/ dual out||
|81-2530-12||Freedom 458 Inverter/Charger, dual in/ dual out||
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