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36V DC to 110V AC 300W True Pure Sine Power Inverter - DAS36300
36V DC to 110V AC 300W True Pure Sine Power Inverter - DAS36300

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Regular Price: US$299.95
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Product Code: DAS36300

This power inverter can convert DC power from a 36V battery ( Voltage range can be 30V ~ 45V) into 110V 60Hz AC power, which is similar to the power supplied from your home electrical outlets. Its output side is a US Style 3-hole AC socket which accepts both 2-pin and 3-pin AC plugs.

This inverter is very small (8 " x 4.2" x 2..4" ) and light weight( 0.95kg or 2.1 lb.)

With this DC to AC power inverter, you can power your electronic devices with their original power adapters from a 36V battery.

Compared to traditional inverters, which output modified sine waves, this inverter outputs AC power in pure sine waves, making it more similar to commercial power. Electronic appliances run cleaner, cooler, and quieter when running on pure sine power. As a result, pure sine inverters save energy costs and extend the life of appliances.

The pure sine inverter also reduces electronic interference, making it a better alternative for operating sensitive audio/video equipment and medical devices. Appliances with dimmers, speed controls, and certain battery chargers may require pure sine power to operate.

Pure Sine Inverters are specially designed to increase the efficiency and running time of electronic appliances and motors. Our inverters operate at less than 35% of Total Harmonic Distortion (THD) on average and 85% efficiency across the line.


  • Rated power: 300W
  • DC input voltage: 36V
  • AC output voltage: 110VAC
  • No-load current: 0. 5A
  • AC output frequency: /60HZ 1%
  • AC output waveform: Pure Sine Wave
  • Efficiency: ≥85%
  • Input Voltage Range: 30V ~ 45V
  • Protective Function:
  • Low/Over voltage;
  • Over load
  • Short circuit
  • Input reverse connection
  • Low voltage
  • Over temperature
  • Working Temp. -10℃~45℃
  • Working Environment: Dry & ventilation
  • Storage Temp -30℃ ~ -70℃
  • Circuit board: Double sides welded circuit
  • Cooling Type: Channel cooling by fan
  • Cover material Oxidized Aluminum Alloy
  • Dimensions: (8" x 4.3" x 2.4")
  • Weight: 0.95kg (2.1 lb)

  • Important Note: The power inverter itself does not generate any power. All its power output is from the battery it's connected to. The power inverter just changes the power format and its efficiency rate is about 85%. This power inverter's rated output is 300W. However, the actual power output from the inverter is also limited by the battery output. To get 300W power from this inverter, the connected battery output need to be around 350W.
Inductive Loads, also called Lagging Loads or Inductive Load Banks or Inductive Reactive Loads or Power Factor Loads, are AC loads that are predominantly inductive in nature so that the alternating current lags behind the alternating voltage when the current flows into the load.

For example, Speakers present an inductive load that varies with frequency which can make it more difficult to deliver power than a purely resistive load (e.g., power delivery to a light bulb is easy because it does not store electrical energy and feed back that power).

If connecting with inductive loads (e.g. Compressor, Pump, old CRT TV, Refrigerator, Speakers, Ice conditioner, Air conditioner, Relays Fluorescent lamp, Vacuum cleaner), an inverter rate power should be 3-7 times higher than the load's rate power. For example, for a 150w refrigerator, you may need to choose a 500W ~1000w inverter ; for a 600w air conditioner, please choose 2000w inverter or higher.

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