32000W peak 8000W LF Split Phase Pure Sine Wave Power Inverter DC 12V to AC 110V&220V 60Hz, with 120A Battery Charger/UPS/LCD display

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Specification : DC Input Voltage 12V , AC Output Voltage 110V & 220V , Regulation ±5% , Frequency 60HZ±3% , Efficiency 90% , Output Wave Form Pure Sine Wave , Temperature Protection 70C, Input Low Voltage Alarm 10.5-11V , Input Low Voltage shutdown 10V , Input High Voltage Alarm 15V , Input High Voltage shutdown >15V , No load current when power save on 0.8-0.9A , No load current when power save off 4.0-4.5A , Certificate CE , Warranty 1 year.
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Does not provide 8000 watts ! Poor product. Avoid., February 3, 2018
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Claims to driver 8000 watts but does not. This item cannot even drive my well pump that my 7500 watt generator currently drives easily.
The items arrived bent at the front too. I've requested a return of this pile of junk but it's gone to powerjack for "approval" ... why it needs approval I don't know as the item is bought via Amazon Prime which guarantees my ability to return the unit.

1 of 2 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Three Stars, March 11, 2018
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works but found the same one $200 cheaper on Ebay.

9 of 9 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Biggest piece of junk (44 lbs)!, September 5, 2017
This review is from: 32000W peak 8000W LF Split Phase Pure Sine Wave Power Inverter DC 12V to AC 110V&220V 60Hz, with 120A Battery Charger/UPS/LCD display (Electronics)
I purchased one of this through eBay. It simply would not work as advertised.

A split phase inverter should provide two feeds at 180 degrees of the sine wave. No wonder they say that you cannot use L1+N+L2. How else could you get split phase?

So, during two days I performed all possible experiments. I have 8 x Regony 100AH batteries and used to have two MicroSolar 3000 watts; each running one of the 120v feeds of my service panel. I worked everyday, without any problems, from 7:00 am until next day 2:00 am; when the batteries run out.

The high output connections on this machine would not provide the voltage of 120 V in each side. One provided 120V and the other, 55V. I contacted them about this but the answer was simply 'don't know why'.
I, then, plugged two feeds into the L1+N and L2+N on the top right; next to the 120V outlet in the machine. They worked .... for 1-1/2 hours and started screaming with beeps and quit working. The batteries were at... Read more

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