3000 Watt High Powered Inverter

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  • Ideal for outdoor recreation, mobile entertainment and work sites.
  • Charge and operate up to three devices at the same time with two 3-prong AC outlets and one 2.1 Amp USB port.
  • Powerful enough for entertainment equipment, handheld tools, large appliances and electronics.
  • Supplies up to 3000 Watts of continuous power and 6000 Watts of peak power using your car’s battery current.
  • Converts vehicle power into usable household AC and USB current.
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Plentiful power for work, recreation and emergencies

Ideal for outdoor recreation, mobile entertainment and job sites, the Duracell 3000 Watt Inverter supplies up to 3000 Watts of continuous power and 6000 Watts of peak power using your car's battery current. This rugged inverter converts vehicle power into usable household AC power.

Three 3-prong AC outlets charge and operate up to three devices at once, powerful enough for entertainment equipment, handheld tools, large appliances and electronics.

The unit includes 2 x 1.5 ft power cables for connecting directly to the bolt-on posts, and an optional remote on/off switch. 

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WARNING: This product can expose you to chemicals including Diisononyl Phthalate(DINP), which is known to the State of California to cause cancer.  For more information go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov

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Best Inverter Ever!

Duracell Inverters are best! I have been using them for years and they have never failed me yet? Not even when my equipments were faulty and compromised. They are robust and never overheated though I have using it everyday as my main source of power because I live off grid. I can trust home and life with my Duracell Inverter and I challenged anyone to say differently. If and when use correctly within it's specifications? It performs flawlessly. I have for years though been searching for a Pure Sine Wave model, but to no avail and would ask the company to make one similar to the 400, 800, 1200 and the 3000 watts models but in PSW or Pure Sine Wave. I am considering your 1440 generator type model presently. Once again thanks Duracell for making excellent Inverters. I am so grateful and appreciative to your entire team for their efforts. Cheers! I Recommend 100% your product.

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Reviewed by Mark A.
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Quality Parts, Quality service

I bought this invertor because of the trusted Duracell name. I considered cheaper invertors, but I wanted a quality part with quality support. When I had technical problems with installation, I reached their US call center and was led step by step to resolving the issue and getting this QUALITY invertor hooked up and ready to work.

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General Questions

There may not be enough voltage to power what you have plugged in. To reset it, turn the unit off, disconnect the unit, unplug everything. Carefully re-connect the unit, turn it on, and then plug in your items.

Volts refers to the DC input Voltage that your inverter is connected to; watts refers to what you have plugged into the inverter. AC Watts output

The fan is designed to come on only when the inverter reaches a pre-set temperature to save the draw on your battery.

  1. Check the voltage at the unit with the load and see if it is drawing the battery below 11 volts.
  2. The input cables may be too long, and the voltage drop along the input cables may be causing the Low Battery alarm to sound.

The fan is controlled by the internal ambient temperature, so the fan can turn on even when the unit is not under load.

No, but you can hook up a solar panel with a solar controller up to a 12 v battery to charge up the battery. However the inverter must be turned off. 

There will be a faint buzzing sound, which is normal. 

Although you can use your lithium battery, you will not get the full usage of your lithium ion battery, because the safety settings are designed for the limitations of a lead acid battery.

There is no limit to the capacity of the batteries that you can connect. We recommend a 12v deep cycle SLA (sealed lead acid) battery.

We recommend mounting it in in a well ventilated area and placing it on a non-metal surface.

That is an extra layer of protection, if you are connecting the inverter to a vehicle.  You would connect a ground wire to the chassis of your vehicle.  You don't need to connect this if you are using the inverter in your home. 

You would only need to add a fuse in-line to protect the battery, in case the cable gets damaged between the battery and the inverter. The fuse protects the battery and the inverter. If your cables are close to the inverter, this will not be necessary. 

Yes, you can connect the batteries in parallel; connect the red cable to the positive posts on the batteries and the black cable to the negative posts on the batteries. 

The inverter has integrated technology that protects the unit from running over-temperature. If the inverter gets too hot, it will sound an alarm and shut down. If your cables get too hot, you will need to change to a larger gauge cable. 

The inverter will shut down when the battery supplying the energy is too low. If your battery is connected to your car, please start the engine with no load on the inverter to recharge your battery before reconnecting the load. If you are in an RV, the batteries are usually auxiliary batteries, so it will have no affect in the ability for your RV to start.

The fuses inside of our inverters are not meant to be replaced. If the fuse is blown, the inverter needs to be replaced. Please Call Customer Support

Sealed Lead Acid batteries self discharge over time. Even if your battery is new, you will need to keep it charged and maintained to be able to power your items through the inverter.

Yes, you can connect the batteries in parallel; connect the red cable to the positive posts on the batteries and the black cable to the negative posts on the batteries.