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Xantrex Pro Series Inverters

Xantrex Pro Series Inverters

Description

The Xantrex Pro Series Inverters are designed for demanding RV and marine conditions and can be mounted either vertically or horizontally.

Features

  • Inverter easily powers TVs, small appliances and other electronics
  • Detachable remote control can be mounted wherever convenient
  • Conformal coated electronics provide moisture resistance
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PRO Series Inverters

Performance inverters designed for RVs and boats

Designed for RV and marine electrical systems that already have a battery charger or generator installed, Xantrex PRO Inverters deliver modified sine wave power for small appliances, TVs, and other onboard electronics from a battery bank.

Description

The Xantrex PRO Series Inverters are the perfect complement to generators when shore power is unavailable, to quietly and efficiently provide household power when needed. The PRO Series design is both user friendly and versatile. These inverters feature a detachable, digital remote control to display precise inverter, AC source and battery status information from one convenient location. A built-in transfer switch automatically detects when generator or shore power status changes to ensure power is always available.

The 1000W is designed for demanding RV and marine conditions. They meet FCC Class B regulations to eliminate interference potential with other electronics, while UL 458 certification means they meet strict RV and marine safety standards. Versatile enough to be mounted either horizontally or vertically, these inverters can be easily installed to fit into any compartment. Conformal coated boards also minimize the chance of problems from moist operating conditions.

Performance Features

  • Built-in 15A circuit breaker to protect GFCI connected loads 
  • Up to 25A pass through for hardwired loads
  • Digital remote control displays power output, AC source and battery voltage
  • Designed to be hard-wired using a terminal strip or by connecting AC through a GFCI receptacle (included)


Protection Features

  • Battery over-voltage and under-voltage protection
  • Over temperature shutdown
  • Automatic overload protection
  • Short-circuit protection
  • Ground fault protection
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