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3000W Inverter
[SI-L-A-3000W]

Specifications

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FEATURES

  • Self-resetting overload protection 2* 20A High Inrush Magnetic Breaker
  • 120 or 277VAC VAC Pure Sine Wave Output 3000W load for 90 minutes
  • Automatic Output Voltage Tracking maintains output voltage at full load ± 5%
  • Operates fluorescents, dimmable fluorescent ballasts, CFL, LED, halogen & incandescent loads.
  • Distortion (THD): Less than ± 5%
  • EMI in compliance with FCC Class A Regulation
  • Test switch to simulate utility power loss.
  • Normal Operation Efficiency: 99% at Full Load
  • Sealed Lead Calcium batteries provide long life and are maintenance free.
  • 3/6 Warranty (3 year replacement warranty on electronics, 6 year pro-rata warranty on batteries)
  • Small footprint: 25” (W) x 45” (H) x 12.5” (D)
  • Thermostat Controlled Silent Cooling Fan
  • Load Power Factor: 0.9 leading to 0.9 lagging 1.5 seconds transfer time to protect against momentary ON/OFF voltage surges caused by power line hitting wet pavement or other power lines during a storm.
  • Operating Temperature: 40°F to 100°F
  • Frequency Regulation: ± 5%
  • 100W Input Power Consumption when batteries are fully charged.
  • Automatic low voltage battery disconnect, deep discharge protection, over-temperature shut down, and reverse polarity protection.
  • Automatic Emergency Fixture Diagnostics when used with EPC-(A)-1 to eliminate monthly test of emergency fixtures.
  • GFCI Protection for 120V models
 
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