Off-Grid 800W Mini Pure Sine Inverter/Charge Controller

$484.75 $415.50

2-in-1 Pure Sine Inverter and Charge Controller


This 2-in-1 inverter and charge controller combination is perfect for compact off-grid plug & play. It includes three different types of AC and DC output ports for directly powering devices and appliances. It can also manage power to effectively and safely charge batteries for backup or collected use.

Includes a display with a DC on/off switch, two USB 5V out ports, and four DC 12V out ports.

It includes two universal AC out power sockets for use with any household or utility electronics with standard plugs. As an inverter, the Off-Grid 800W Mini creates pure sine waves for the most reliable AC power possible.

This system works excellently in the field where limiting equipment is a necessity. It can be mounted onto our 2-axis solar panel mounting frame systems to create a convenient plug-and-play system from any solar panels.

System uses negative and positive battery wires to connect to respective terminals. Solar panels connect to system using negative and positive ports for bare wires.

All generators, including solar, naturally create DC power. But any household electronics with plugs to connect to outlets run off AC power and must be converted by an inverter at the appropriate frequency before use with off-grid generated power. AC power is used in utilities because it allows for easier transportation of electricity across the grid, but is less energy efficient as DC power.

Inverters are necessary to keep a house or its selective appliances running during blackouts. They are connected to the battery and include outlet sockets, to which electronics can plug-in exactly like power outlets in a home. These inverters include positive and negative terminals for connection to batteries and input power.

The 800W power rating indicates the maximum load requirements the inverter can meet. The wattage of the load should not exceed these ratings. The initial surge rating of the products connected to the inverter should not exceed the surge rating of the inverter. When multiple appliances are connected to the inverter, their respective ratings should be added to form the load requirements.

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