120 VAC output at 2500 watts (12 V model).
Three-stage battery charging (bulk, absorption, and float) with remote temperature sensor for increased charge accuracy.
Dual AC source inputs - shorepower and generator.
Programmable control module with LCD and LED indicators.
Low idle current (less than 16 watts) conserves energy when no loads are present.
Soft start capability for starting heavy loads.
Series stacking capability for 120/240 VAC operation.
Parallel stacking capability for greater output at the same voltage.
Remote panel and status indicator (SWRCII).
User-programmable generator start mode can be set to automatically start the generator, allows the generator to run in parallel with the generator, and assists with intermittent heavy loads.
Integral auxiliary relays can automatically start and stop auxiliary loads, such as fans, based on programmable voltage parameters.
AC input voltage 120 VAC
AC input voltage range 80 - 149 VAC
AC input current 60 amps AC pass thur 30 amp AC charging (Required for full pass through and full charging)
Continuous power (@ 25°C) 2500 VA
AC output voltage (RMS) 120 VAC
AC output voltage regulation +/- 5%
Frequency 60 Hz (Nominal +/- 0.04% Crystal controlled)
Waveform Sine wave, 34 - 52 steps per cycle
Total harmonic distortion <5%
Continuous output (@ 25°C) 21 amps AC
5 sec rating (resistive) 4000 watts
1 mSec 65 amps AC
100 mSec 46 amps AC
Automatic transfer relay 60 amps
DC input voltage (nominal) 12 VDC
DC input voltage range 11.8 - 16.5 VDC
DC current at rated power 275 amps
Idle consumption <16 watts
Search mode consumption <1 watt
Maximum charge rate (adjustable) 150 amps DC at 12 V nominal
Specified temperature range 32°F - 77°F (0°C - 40°C) (power derated above 25°C)
Enclosure type Indoor, ventilated, steel chasis with powdercoat finish
Range: 120 VAC
Frequency: 60 Hz
Power: 2500 Watts
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