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David David
12-120V 2500W
Works fine
My previous inverter 2000/4000 would not run my microwave at 1720 watts. This ran it just fine. I'm happy with it so far
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Dario Dario
12-120V 2500W
2500W pure sine inverter review
WOW !!! Solid and powerful inverter. Plugged one refrigerator, the equipment didn't notice it. No Heat, no noise, Easy to read display showing the watts provided. Last digit discrepancy between the voltage shown on the main display and the remote. Not an issue. Time will tell how much it will last. For the moment. Two thumbs up. I would recommend it due to price and quality. Good job Vevor.
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Jose Aguirre Jose Aguirre
24 - 120 V 3500W
VEVOR The Best Company
I feel very happy and pleased with the company VEVOR. excellent service. excellent products and something that impressed me a lot is the excellent prices. I recommend them 1000%. they are the best!
VEVOR Pure Sine Wave Inverter Power Inverter 2500W DC12V to AC240V Car Inverter
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Myesha Glover Myesha Glover
12-120V 3500W
Perfect
It provides exactly what I need. I use it to power my laser printer from my trunk.
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Daniel Smith Daniel Smith
12-120V 3500W
Works great
Very pleased with...
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Markus Muetschard Markus Muetschard
24 - 120 V 2500W
review of the review
My first review was based on a 20..25% load because I did not have the battery capacity yet... With 200+Ah I did now some testing: 2200 is best what I get... after that it goes right into into overload / over current and turns off... B) Temperatur management - cooling - seems to be kind-a absent: device goes into over temperature before the fans / cooling starts... and this with 30..35A / about 33% load only, but continuously (in a cool, ventilated place). ----- Since no time to return and re-source - and it was out of stock - I took a closer look. Guess what: the board is marked 2000.xxx. So no surprise it gave way at 2200W. There two (2) temp sensors (NTC): 1. Temp sensing is on heat sink on low side. Even SLOW rising temp (sinking resistance of the NTC) sends device right into over temperature without turning on the fans first. 2. Temp sensing is on one of the three (3) transformers and that sensing did not turn the fans on either. At one time though the device got confused and ran the fans full AT ALL times, right from connecting the device, even when it was 'cold' after being disconnected for hours. Moving on with own temp sensing in three (3) places: low and high side sinks and transformer using Dallas DS18B20 and PWM fan control w/ MC w/ BLE connection for monitoring I have now a 2000W continuously working device. Another things that bothers: input voltage shows one 1V too high... and there is no instructions how to calibrate. --- I still think it is a good device for a reasonable price (when you know what you do). Electronic components and manufacturing look as expected (The only issue I could see: some low resistance resistors in the low side are a bit discolored from heat... use of higher rated version would fix this issue). --- Suggestion to the manufacturer: the monitor panel should be a separate, square plate to be mounted in the front panel either for horizontal or vertical mounting of the device.
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David Vinyard David Vinyard
12-120V 2500W
Our sine wave 2500w dc to ac inverter
Works better than expected. 100Amp battery charged by 100watt solar panel. I have run a miter saw, a skill saw, a table saw, lights, a jig saw and other tools and it has handled everything I have thrown at it. I have done everything I needed to do and have never run the battery down. I am pleased better than I ever thought.
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Jay Perdue Jay Perdue
12-120V 3500W
Seems to work well!
I haven‘t really asked it to do a lot yet, maybe 2,000 of its rated 3500 watts, but it runs, lights, fans and a 3/4 ho motor well! Thank you!
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Runswithbeer Runswithbeer
24 - 120 V 3500W
Works pretty good so far.
Had 2 weeks, bought from US Distributor on Amazon. Got it in 3-4 days. I have a Sub-Panel with a fail-over Contacter in my home that feeds all the 120V Circuits. This 24v/120v 3500W Inverters runs everything. Is Pure sine Wave, Mine seems to be 90% eff. Will easily start a 15,000 BTU Roof AC Unit in RV. . Replaced my 2000 Watt Inverter. Cables that come with Unit seem to be for low amp testing. Bought 2/0 3ft cables from HF to carry the load. Now I need some more batteries.
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Stewart Larson Stewart Larson
12-120V 3500W
ideal
Its big, solid, well built, and capable. Now the one I am reviewing is the 12v 3500 watt Inverter. Its hooked up to a 400 watt solar system with with a 40amp Renogy charge controller, and a 210 amp hour SLA battery bank. Is it oversized for my system? Mostly, but it works great. I live in California so the sun is fairly plentiful. I wanted the ability to briefly run my microwave and the Keurig coffee maker at the same time (3000 watts). It handles it easily. The Four 110volt A/C outlets on the front are very usable along with the fast charging USB port which charges my phone, from nearly dead, in about 25 minute. I've been able to run my refrigerator/Freezer, clothes washer, and TV's satellite Dish all at the same time. Just plan it during the hours of decent sun. I'm sincerely Loving what I can do with it. Oh, and the additional attachable battery voltage display with the long cord allows me to maintain visual of my battery state of charge without having to go into the cold garage all the time. A nice added bonus. Highly recommend!!I'm going to upgrade my system with more solar panels and a slightly larger battery bank soon so I'm going to a 24v system. looking forward to purchasing a new 24v Vevor Inverter for that.
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