Universal RD Series Modified Sinewave Inverter / Charger by Magnum®. This handy, RD Series Modified Sinewave Inverter by Magnum is designed for renewable energy use. The RD Series is easy to install thanks to lightweight and versatile mounting options, and easy to reach terminal block, and meets stringent UL 1741 safety requirements.
- Modified sine wave output will run most electronics and household appliances
- Designed to power homes/cabins and offices either in a backup power application or when using renewable energy (solar, wind, etc.)
- AC / DC connection terminals insure easy access
- Intended for renewable energy use
- PFC(power factor corrected) charger
- On/off switch with LED indicator
- Aluminum cover ensures noise absorption and corrosion resistance
- Versatile mounting options
- Easy-to- use
- 2-year limited warranty
This new generation inverter is designed specifically for use in renewable energy systems. It’s a cost effective option when you need an inverter that’s powerful, and easy to install and use. The RD can be easily mounted on a shelf or wall and the lightweight aluminum base and cover provide noise reduction and corrosion resistance. It comes with an on/off switch mounted on the inverter with an easy to read LED indicator, and features an RS485 communication port for network expansion and a port for a remote connection. The extra-large AC access cover with terminal screw block and 360 degree DC connection terminals with cover provide ample accessibility. Just connect the inverter’s output to your distribution circuits or electrical panel, connect your AC power cable to the terminal block, connect the batteries, and switch on the power. The RD series inverter is safe to use, meeting the stringent requirements of UL 1741 standards. It includes a built-in PFC charger that uses less energy than a standard charger, using 25-30% less AC current.1,183.32 1,815.99
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Magnum Energy is a leading manufacturer of Inverter/Chargers for Mobile and Renewable Energy applications. These devices convert DC current to AC to power electronics and appliances, and convert AC current to DC to recharge batteries. The company has over 150 years combined experience in the design and manufacture of inverter/chargers, and builds some of the industry’s most reliable, advanced, and cost effective units at their state-of-the-art facility in Everett, Washington.
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