Xantrex 813-3000-UL Xpower GFCI 3000W Inverter

Xantrex 813-3000-UL Xpower GFCI 3000W Inverter

Meets UL458, a safety and regulatory standard for mobile applications
Proven performance and advantages in this product niche
Designed to convert most of the battery’s available power to AC, while delivering a high surge capacity in order to boost products requiring more power to initially engage

$342.54 (as of December 7, 2018, 3:44 pm)

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Truck owners, RVers and boaters will find the exciting new, affordable series of Xantrex modified sine wave inverters of particular interest. This aftermarket inverter series is certified to stringent UL 458 regulatory standards. These high efficiency inverters are expressly designed to convert most of the battery’s available power to AC, while delivering a high surge capacity in order to boost products requiring more power to initially engage. Dual GFCI AC receptacles, an on/off remote panel, plus the overload and over temperature shutdown, all round out the key product features. These versatile inverters can be used for a myriad of applications, ranging from household appliances such as microwaves or small refrigerators, to powering office electronics such as laptops and printers, and for everything from handheld power tools to entertainment electronics. Users who need to power multiple loads simultaneously will be thrilled by Xantrex’s proven performance and advantages in this product niche. All models meet UL458, a safety and regulatory standard for mobile applications.
Meets UL458, a safety and regulatory standard for mobile applications
Proven performance and advantages in this product niche
Designed to convert most of the battery’s available power to AC, while delivering a high surge capacity in order to boost products requiring more power to initially engage
Dual GFCI AC receptacles, an on/off remote panel, plus the overload and over temperature shutdown, all round out the key product features
Applications ranging from household appliances such as microwaves or small refrigerators, to powering office electronics such as laptops and printers, and for everything from handheld power tools to entertainment electronics