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Xantrex Freedom Sine Wave Inverter/Charger

Xantrex Freedom Sine Wave Inverter/Charger

Description

The Freedom Sine Wave Inverter Charger can be used for mobile, marine and commercial applications.

Features

  • Built-in charge formulas to charge the batteries correctly
  • Ability to recharge batteries even if the battery voltage is very low
  • Power output is identical to the AC source provided from the utility grid
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$2200.00
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$1,637.06
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Freedom SW 230V Sine Wave Inverter/Charger

The Freedom SW 230V Inverter/Charger is a true sine wave inverter/charger that can be used for mobile, marine and commercial applications. The Freedom SW 230V Inverter/Chargers are designed to operate with a wide variety of generators and are capable of operating in parallel with a generator for short durations to assist with starting large loads. The Freedom SW 230V is a charger, and transfer switch in one electronic device.

  • As an inverter, the Freedom SW 230V provides true sine wave power for your microwave, entertainment system, computer, and other loads.
  • Some of the benefits of true sine wave power include consistent cooking in your microwave, handling of sensitive loads such as your TV set, dimmer switches, and appliances with speed controls
  • Highly versatile platform capable parallel stacking to increase power levels
  • High efficiency true sine wave output to power sensitive electrical and electronic equipment
  • Surge capacity to start difficult loads like well pumps, refrigerators, or A/C compressors
  • Power factor-corrected (PFC) input minimizes AC input current required for charging, increasing AC pass-through capacity
  • As a 24-volt charger, it has high output, multi-stage charging capability minimizing charging time
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