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Inverter/Charger, 120VAC, 1250W, 2 Outlet

TRIPP LITE

Price: $745.00 / each

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  • Item # 19N907
  • Mfr. Model # RV1250ULHW
  • UNSPSC # 32121705
  • Catalog Page # 454
  • Shipping Weight 24.65 lbs.
Country of Origin ChinaCountry of Origin is subject to change.

Technical Specs

  • ItemInverter/Charger
  • Output Voltage120VAC
  • Input Voltage12VDC
  • Output Watts1250W
  • Peak Output Power2500W
  • Number of Outlets2
  • Outlet TypeDC Bolt-Down Terminals
  • ConnectionHardwire
  • Height7"
  • Width8.75"
  • Depth9"
  • Material of ConstructionPolycarbonate
  • Description/Special FeaturesFront panel Load Sense Potentiometer Response Up to 150 Watts, 1 Year Limited Mfr Warranty
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Rated 3.3 out of 5 by 3reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Solid backup Last time a big storm went through here and threatened to flood my basement, the sump pump ran constantly just keeping up. I decided I needed power backup for the sump pump. A generator would be a pain because it would have to be outside with extension cord to the sump - nothing I could leave unattended.So, I put together a system of TrippLite RV1250ULHW inverter/charger, 2 TrippLite batteries (98-121's) in a TrippLite battery case (BP-260), and mounted it on a cart I built for the purpose. I provided a GFCI outlet and grounded the set-up via my copper pipes. I have a TrippLite remote panel (APSRM4) installed at the top of the stairs, so I don't even have to go into the basement to check on the unit.I'm not sure how long it will run the sump pump, but it should handle a day or two, hopefully longer than most storm downpours. It may even have sufficient capacity to pull some lights or the freezer.I'm not wishing for a big storm, but I'll rest a little easier if it comes. September 5, 2013
Rated 3 out of 5 by Good Unit , Little noisy I purchased this unit to provide backup power for woodstove cooling fan . We live in a area where the power is not reliable , and with us both working days needed a backup power source that could run a 500watt load for a couple of hours unintended . Unit works well , will run for 8 hours @ 500watt load on two 24ser/Deep cycle batterys . Inverter is a little noisy , and on slow recharge still has a humm . Good unit though , Power Ok , for not being a true sinewave . August 17, 2013
Rated 2 out of 5 by I have used a tripplit rv inverter before, but it apparently burnt/wore out replaced with rv1250ulhw so far I have not got it to charge the batteries. Hope to get this resolved tomorrow, with the help of techinal person. March 25, 2012
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