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    Nature Power 3000-Watt Pure Sine Wave Inverter with 150-Amp Inverter Charger

    Model # 38330|Store SKU # 1000735895

    Overview

    Model # 38330 Store SKU # 1000735895

    The Nature Power Inverter 3000-Watt with 150-Amp Inverter Charger with its state of the art and easy to use design will offer reliable service by providing AC power and 5 Volt USB power for your home, cabin, boat, RV or Trailer. Also recharge your battery automatically when utility AC is available. The Nature Power Inverter 3000 Watt with 150-Amp Inverter Charger can run many AC-powered appliances when you need AC power anywhere. The 5 Volt USB power can charge many USB-powered devices. Also the 150-Amp multi-stage battery charger will charge different type of batteries from Get, Flooded, AGM, and Fixed.

    1. Provides 3,000-Watt of continuous power and 6,000-Watt surge capacity
    1. 150 Amp inverter chargers for charging different types of batteries
    1. Built-in transfer switch automatically transfers between inverter power and incoming AC power
    1. Automatic shutdown protects against overload, short-circuit, and high and low battery temperature condition
    1. True sine wave output is what is needed for operating high start up, and highly sensitive equipment like power tools, electronics, and home appliances
    1. eTL certified

    Specifications

    Dimensions

    Assembled Depth (in inches)
    16.50
    Assembled Height (in inches)
    8
    Assembled Weight (in lbs)
    66
    Assembled Width (in inches)
    13.50
    Packaged Depth (in inches)
    7.8
    Packaged Height (in inches)
    15.4
    Packaged Weight (In lbs)
    63
    Packaged Width (in inches)
    13.4

    Details

    Colour Family
    Green
    Country of Origin
    CN-China
    Outer Material
    Plastic
    Wattage
    3000

    Warranty / Certifications

    One year limited warranty. Call 800-588-0590 for warranty claims.
    3000-Watt Pure Sine Wave Inverter with 150-Amp Inverter ChargerNature Power 3000-Watt Pure Sine Wave Inverter with 150-Amp Inverter ChargerThe Nature Power Inverter 3000-Watt with 150-Amp Inverter Charger with its state of the art and easy to use design will offer reliable service by providing AC power and 5 Volt USB power for your home, cabin, boat, RV or Trailer. Also recharge your battery automatically when utility AC is available. The Nature Power Inverter 3000 Watt with 150-Amp Inverter Charger can run many AC-powered appliances when you need AC power anywhere. The 5 Volt USB power can charge many USB-powered devices. Also the 150-Amp multi-stage battery charger will charge different type of batteries from Get, Flooded, AGM, and Fixed.
    Nature Power
    1000735895
    CAD2401
    The Home Depot Canada
    3000-Watt Pure Sine Wave Inverter with 150-Amp Inverter Charger is rated 1.0 out of 5 by 1.
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    Rated 1 out of 5 by from Worked for a while. Delivery was fast I bought this unit and it worked great for 3.5 weeks.I then turned the battery switch off to do Maintainance on the batteries and when I turned the switch back on there was the smell of electrical burning. The unit does not work any more.
    Date published: 2018-09-17
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    Is this item CSA (or equivalent) approved in order to legally install it into a building in Canada?

    Asked by: Carl
    Yes. this is an ETL certified inverter. The ETL Mark is proof of product compliance to North American safety standards. Authorities Having Jurisdiction across the US and Canada accept the ETL Listed Mark as proof of product compliance to published industry standards. Please feel free to contact nature power at 1800-588-0590 for any more questions.
    Answered by: Nature Power
    Date published: 2019-08-22

    how long does it take to charge?

    Asked by: Anonymous
    I am John63 there is a little more to my answer Battery take charge by the amount of resistance they have so as the resistance increases while being Charged the draw less amperage so at first they will draw large amounts of amps and as the charge the amps will lesson to a trickle charge. Think of it as a Tap and water as it charges the tap is being turned off till the battery is full than the trickle will just keep it full and shut off and on as needed. These inverters have a Transformer that allows grid power and battery power to work together if the design is the same as another product that looks the same with a different Name called Magnasine and cost the same and they are a very good unit for power backup.
    Answered by: john
    Date published: 2018-11-17

    How long will this inverter hold its charge for if not in use? If I fully charge it, then don't use it for a couple of months and then want to use it, will it still be fully charged?

    Asked by: Marcia
    the inverter does not hold any charge , the charge is held in your batteries, all the inverter does is take the charge from the battery and transfer it into AC power so you can use your appliances. the battery is what holds the charge. for any more questions, please call 1800-588-0590.
    Answered by: Nature Power
    Date published: 2019-06-19

    can it be used as a back up generator for sum pump in case of power outage? and how long it can provide power for the 200w pump?   

    Asked by: Ali agha
    AN Inverter "DOES NOT" have it's own power. Inverters take D.C. voltage from the batteries that are connected to. Through a sophisticated electronic process, they convert or "Invert" that battery power from being D.C. to A.C.   A.C. power is what is supplied to your home from the electrical grid. Most Inverter users use them for short term emergency A.C. power when the grid power is interrupted. Asking how long an inverter can provide power for is like asking how long is a piece of string. How long an inverter system/set up will deliver emergency A.C power in directly related to how "larger" the battery bank is that you have the inverter connected to. An example would be that if you had an inverter connected to let's say eight high capacity 12 volt batteries, then it would provide emergency A.C power four twice the length of time that a comparable system would if it only had four batteries of the same capacity. The other factor to keep in mind is what do you want to run when you have the need for this emergency A.C power. This Inverter is rated at 3000 watts. In an emergency power outage situation, if  you ran three space heaters at 1000 watts each then a system using this inverter would only run 1/3 as long as it would if you only ran one space heater at 1000 watts. In summary the length of time that an Inverter system can provide power is driven by two factors. The first is how many batteries are in the system and how much power will you be asking it to provide when you are using it. Your sump pump question is better addressed by getting a sump pump that runs off of battery power and keeping that battery to which the pump is connected fully charged with a good quality maintainer/charger. That way when that water in your sump calls for the pump to turn on then the pump will run off of the attached battery. By doing this the pump will operate whether the Power grid to you home is working or not. Keep in mind though, the length of time that pump will run is directly controlled by how large the storage capacity of the battery and what the power draw is from the pump when it is running.     
    Answered by: EMTPrescue
    Date published: 2018-08-10

    can inverter chargers be left plugged into household outlet to maintain charge and not overheat?

    Asked by: Anonymous
    Yes, you may leave your inverter plugged into household outle to maintain charge and not over heat.
    Answered by: Nature Power Expert
    Date published: 2017-09-29
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