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Xantrex Freedom HF Inverters/Chargers

Xantrex Freedom HF Inverters/Chargers

Description

The Xantrex Freedom HF Inverters/Chargers are designed to run entertainment systems and small appliances.

Features

  • Designed to power demanding loads such as microwaves, TVs and other small appliances
  • Automatic three-stage battery charger
  • Battery over-voltage and under-voltage protection
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$495.00
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Compact inverter/charger to power the comforts of home on your boat, RV, or truck

With modified sine wave output, Freedom HF inverter/charger is designed to run entertainment systems and small appliances in smaller boats, RV's and trucks. The Freedom XMIC inverter/charger is the smallest, lightest, and least expensive model in the Xantrex lineup.

Freedom HF is designed for demanding marine and RV conditions. Temperature-controlled multistage charging ensures that your batteries are recharged safely and efficiently. Both models include an automatic transfer switch and a detachable digital remote control panel display that provides precise system information and can be mounted wherever you require the information.

Product Features:

  • Removable digital display to provide system status
  • Designed to be hardwired using a terminal strip, or by connecting AC through GFIC receptacles (Included)
  • Built-in 30-amp relay to automatically transfer between inverter power and incoming AC utility power



Protection Features:

  • Over-temperature shutdown
  • Automatic overload protection
  • Short-circuit protection
  • Ground-fault protection
  • ETL listed for use in mobile RV and marine applications
Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
Xantrex Freedom HF Inverters/Chargers 806-1020 Freedom HF 1000 Inverter/Charger
$369.90
Usually ships in 1-2 weeks
Xantrex Freedom HF Inverters/Chargers 806-1840 Freedom HF 1800 Inverter/Charger
$529.78
Usually ships in 1-2 weeks

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