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Tripp Lite Powerverter Aps Inverter/charger 2400w - Input Voltage:48v Dc - Output Voltage:120v Ac - 2400w Pulse-width Modulated Sine Wave (aps2448ul) Reviews
Tripp Lite Powerverter Aps Inverter/charger 2400w - Input Voltage:48v Dc - Output Voltage:120v Ac - 2400w Pulse-width Modulated Sine Wave (aps2448ul)

Tripp Lite Powerverter Aps Inverter/charger 2400w - Input Voltage:48v Dc - Output Voltage:120v Ac - 2400w Pulse-width Modulated Sine Wave (aps2448ul)Added to our catalog within last 30 days

Tripp Lite's APS2448UL DC-to-AC inverter with automatic line-to-battery transfer and integrated charging system serves as an extended run UPS, a standalone power source or an automotive inverter. Supplies up to 4800 watts of continuous 120V AC power from any 48V DC bus or battery source. Floating 48... <more> 

Tripplite Model: APS2448UL

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PowerVerter was installed and perform as it claims it would

By bluefin from Undisclosed on 10/01/2014


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Yes, I would recommend this to a friend

The PowerVerter 2448UL perform after installation as it claims it could


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Over 2 years and very reliable.

By mnielsen from Undisclosed on 09/10/2013


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Yes, I would recommend this to a friend

I have two of these units at my house, I have them connected to a large stack gel batteries. They are back up for the freezer and furnace and a few other things. I have them running in UPS mode and so far I have not had a single problem with either unit. I never can tell when they switch over to battery except for the other lights go out. I really like the 48 volt DC version because they only pull 50 amps at full load but the way I have them set up they take about 18 amps DC as a pair when everything is on to keep things working when the power is out, I am lightly loading them. You never know when you might need to add something. They are very easy to set up the dip switches for different modes which I really like as an option. My only complaint, the charge voltage for gel batteries is about 55 Volts, it keeps the batteries really full but shortens their life considerably. I have an external charger running 53.5 volts, I get years out of the batteries and the run time is not noticeably less and I buy fewer batteries. I do recommend having a good ground at the inverter and surge protection on the AC Mains.


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