[inverter]
[inverter]

Perfect for travellers

Perfect for travellers

[inverter]
[inverter]

Essential outdoor backup power

Essential outdoor backup power

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Pure Sine Wave Inverter

From Our Customers

I have not installed it in my RV yet but as an electrician, I tested it for pure sine wave power and it meets specs. I've had no issues for powering my computers and sensitive electronic components. However, this unit will pull over 600amps (12 volt) on full power usage so I would highly recommend users greatly upgraded their wiring and also use multiple stands of heavy gauge wire. I elected to use 4/0 wire and used three strands as I had extra wire left over from another solar project (two strands 4/0 works fine too). The larger the wire, the better and the more strands, the better. This unit will pull lots of amps.

Jackson

I bought this inverter to power my camping equipment. I have to say it is really so easy to use. Not too heavy weight but has enough power to support all I need through the trip. Remote is just a plus. Had a small question during the installation, sent message through the technical support, flash response! Will definitely recommend to my group!

JERRY

GIANDEL seems very professional, so lucky to have this 3000Watt 12V version sine wave inverter. I had another brands before, but the wave was not very clean. This GIANDEL provided very clean power to my freezer,air compressors and pumps, I did try my 1100watt microwave,it works too,remember to connect big batteries,I used 2x200ah 12Volt batteries.

Mackenzie

The inverter has been running constantly for about 2 weeks. I have noticed the cooling fans running fairly frequently when the AC is going or especially when I fire up the big shop vac. Other than that, it stays pretty quiet and just does its job. I have the remote connected, but I hope not to turn the inverter off ... well ever.

I can’t complain about this inverter. It powers my 24V solar system flawlessly. I run a small Alpicool c15 and an EER 12.1 6050 btu window AC full time on it. I have been turning the inverter off at night and switching to house power, but I will soon be going fully off the inverter. I have to add a bit more solar to make the system fire and forget. So far, the inverter hums along nicely with the occasional fan noise to cool the internals. I will update my review after some more extensive use.

Mark

been in service now for a week and best i can tell with out a scope is my digital clock is keeping time this alone tells me the power is clean some inverts will make the time run slow and loose up to a hour or more a day. Power demands are working just fine and the voltage is 121 and holds there pretty well.Voltage Max verified 16 volts is the shut off for this inverter and 15.9 is ok to run.

StenebWR

Excellent product! We purchased this to blow up our Colman air Bed while camping. We had purchased a different one at target last summer and it wasn’t powerful enough. I am really happy it also can charge usb at the same time. It worked perfectly. Powerful and great for on the go needs.

Lee Curle

I have not installed it in my RV yet but as an electrician, I tested it for pure sine wave power and it meets specs. I've had no issues for powering my computers and sensitive electronic components. However, this unit will pull over 600amps (12 volt) on full power usage so I would highly recommend users greatly upgraded their wiring and also use multiple stands of heavy gauge wire. I elected to use 4/0 wire and used three strands as I had extra wire left over from another solar project (two strands 4/0 works fine too). The larger the wire, the better and the more strands, the better. This unit will pull lots of amps.

Jackson

I bought this inverter to power my camping equipment. I have to say it is really so easy to use. Not too heavy weight but has enough power to support all I need through the trip. Remote is just a plus. Had a small question during the installation, sent message through the technical support, flash response! Will definitely recommend to my group!

JERRY

GIANDEL seems very professional, so lucky to have this 3000Watt 12V version sine wave inverter. I had another brands before, but the wave was not very clean. This GIANDEL provided very clean power to my freezer,air compressors and pumps, I did try my 1100watt microwave,it works too,remember to connect big batteries,I used 2x200ah 12Volt batteries.

Mackenzie

The inverter has been running constantly for about 2 weeks. I have noticed the cooling fans running fairly frequently when the AC is going or especially when I fire up the big shop vac. Other than that, it stays pretty quiet and just does its job. I have the remote connected, but I hope not to turn the inverter off ... well ever.

I can’t complain about this inverter. It powers my 24V solar system flawlessly. I run a small Alpicool c15 and an EER 12.1 6050 btu window AC full time on it. I have been turning the inverter off at night and switching to house power, but I will soon be going fully off the inverter. I have to add a bit more solar to make the system fire and forget. So far, the inverter hums along nicely with the occasional fan noise to cool the internals. I will update my review after some more extensive use.

Mark

been in service now for a week and best i can tell with out a scope is my digital clock is keeping time this alone tells me the power is clean some inverts will make the time run slow and loose up to a hour or more a day. Power demands are working just fine and the voltage is 121 and holds there pretty well.Voltage Max verified 16 volts is the shut off for this inverter and 15.9 is ok to run.

StenebWR

Excellent product! We purchased this to blow up our Colman air Bed while camping. We had purchased a different one at target last summer and it wasn’t powerful enough. I am really happy it also can charge usb at the same time. It worked perfectly. Powerful and great for on the go needs.

Lee Curle

FAQs

A: 1. Secure the supplied negative (black) DC cable to the negative (-) bolt on the inverter and connect the other end to the negative (-) post of the battery.

2. Fasten the supplied positive (red) DC cable to the positive (+) bolt of the inverter and the other end to the positive (+) post of the battery.

3. The nut of the terminal must be tightened to ensure a good connection.

4. Press and hold the power switch for one second, because it is a long-press switch.

PS: Make sure your battery capacity is large enough and the voltage is correct before connecting the inverter. Connecting the cables in reverse will damage the inverter and void the warranty.

A: Reason: The power switch is off or the inverter is in poor contact with the battery.

solutions: a. Press and hold the power switch for 1-2 seconds to turn on, the inverter switch is a long-press switchb. Check the cables and make sure they are tightly connected.

A: 1. Reason: Low input DC voltage

2. Reason: high input DC voltage; solution: a. Do not use it when the battery is chargingb. Check the rated voltage of the battery to ensure that it is within the allowable range of the input voltage.

3. Reason: the inverter triggers overload protection, the solution: reduce the load power

4. Reason: The inverter temperature is too high to trigger the over-temperature protection; Solution: a. Cut off the load and let it cool naturally for 10-30 minutes b. Restart after returning to normal temperature. Reduce load.c. Avoid blocking vents and improve ventilation conditions.

A: Reasons: 1. The load power is too large, or the actual power of the electrical appliance exceeds the nominal power 2. The starting power is greater than the rated power (especially for electrical appliances with motors) 3. The battery is too small;

solutions: a. Reduce the load power, or Turn on the appliance first, then turn on the inverter, b. Choose a larger inverter, c. Replace a larger battery and make sure the battery is fully charged.

A: The main reason is that the instantaneous current is too large, which causes the detection voltage to be too low and triggers a low-voltage alarm.

Solution: Please restart the inverter several times.