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Xantrex XPower Powerpack 1500

Xantrex XPower Powerpack 1500

Description

The Xantrex XPower Powerpack 1500 is a backup power system that can supply up to 1500W of household electricity and is an excellent alternative to a generator.

Features

  • Sealed, non-spillable 51 amp-hour AGM battery
  • High surge protection
  • Automatic over-temperature and overload shutdown
List Price
$650.00
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$507.81
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Portable Powerpack

XPower Powerpack 1500 is a portable power system that can supply up to 1500 watts of household electricity enough to run almost any electronic product or appliance you might connect to your wall outlet at home. XPower Powerpack 1500 consists of a battery pack that stores electrical energy, state-of-the-art electronics that convert 12 volts from the battery pack to household power, an AC power panel that contains two standard outlets, and a DC power panel that is used to run 12 volt products. These components are packaged into a rugged cart with a removable waist handle that allows XPower Powerpack 1500 to be wheeled from room-to-room or outdoors over rough terrain.

XPower Powerpack 1500 is an excellent alternative to a generator no noise, no fumes, no fuel, and no moving parts. With the accessories provided, recharge XPower Powerpack 1500 using utility power from your wall outlet, from your vehicle, or from a solar panel.

Features

  • Powers AC products up to 1500 watts
  • Easy to monitor, dual-outlet, AC panel
  • Built-in 1500 watt inverter with protection features
  • Industrial design
  • Quick and easy to recharge
  • One year warranty

 

 

Notable Specifications:



115 volt AC Section  
AC output power (10 minutes) 1500 watts
AC output power (continuous 1350 watts
AC surge power (max) 3000 watts
AC output voltage (nominal) 115 volts
AC output frequency 60 +/- 4 Hz
AC output waveform Modified sine wave
Inverter no-load current 0.3 amps (battery drain with no load on inverter)
12 Volt DC Section  
Internal battery type Sealed lead acid, AGM
Internal battery capacity 51 amp-hours
Internal battery voltage (nominal) 12 VDC
DC power socket (circuit breaker) 12 amps (automatic reset)
Charging System  
AC charger bulk charging current (max) 5 amps
Peak charging voltage  (nominal) 14.4 volts
Float charge voltage (nominal) 13.6 volts
General Specifications  
Operating/Storage temperature 32°F - 104°F (0°C - 40°C)
Inverter low battery alarm (nominal) 10.7 volts
Inverter low batter shutdown (nominal) 10.0 volts
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Xantrex XPower Powerpack 1500 802-1500 Xantrex XPower Powerpack 1500
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