Magnum MSH3012M 3000W Inverter/Charger
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The Magnum MSH3012M is a robust inverter that uses hybrid-pure sine wave technology. This charger is designed to care for the most rugged mobile applications, including trucks, RVs and boats. It is a dependable inverter that is constructed for longevity.
Hybrid inverters will take a combination of AC input, as well as power from the batteries or generator to provide the energy load that the inverter needs. This allows the inverter to recharge batteries when there is a surplus of power supply, or it will provide more power to the load if the inverter requires more than the AC input can supply.
This inverter has a natural ground switch, which can be used to power land vehicles or marine crafts. Overall, this inverter can handle larger loads from small generators. The pure sine wave is a clean source of energy that will power delicate electronics. This reliable energy source has low total harmonic distortion of less than 5 percent.
It is easy to install, and interchangeable with the Magnum MS Series and accessories. The base is constructed with lightweight aluminum, while the cover is corrosion resistant and reduces noise. You have your choice of 12 or 24 volt configurations, which allows you to choose the power source that is needed.
- Power Factor Corrected (PFC) Charger
- Hybrid-Pure Sine Wave
- 12 or 24 Volt Configuration
- Lightweight Aluminum Base
- Cover Reduces Noise And Is Corrosion Resistant
- Multiple Ports
- Accessible Design
- On/Off Inverter-Mounted Switch with LED Indicator
- Terminal Screw Block And 360° DC Connection Terminal
- Interchangeable with the Magnum MS Series
- 3 Year Limited Warranty
The Magnum MSH3012M gives you more possibilities, as it uses hybrid-pure sine wave technology. It is best suited for rugged mobile applications, including trucks, RVs and boats. This inverter has a natural ground switch, which can be used to power land vehicles or marine crafts.