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Tripp Lite Powerverter Rv1250ulhw 1250w Inverter - Input Voltage:12v Dc - , 110v Ac - Output Voltage:12v Dc, 120v Ac - 1250w Pulse-width Modulated Sine Wave Reviews
Tripp Lite Powerverter Rv1250ulhw 1250w Inverter - Input Voltage:12v Dc - , 110v Ac - Output Voltage:12v Dc, 120v Ac - 1250w Pulse-width Modulated Sine Wave

Tripp Lite Powerverter Rv1250ulhw 1250w Inverter - Input Voltage:12v Dc - , 110v Ac - Output Voltage:12v Dc, 120v Ac - 1250w Pulse-width Modulated Sine WaveAdded to our catalog within last 30 days

The PowerVerter RV1250ULHW 1250W Inverter is the quiet alternative to gas generators with no fumes, fuel or noise to deal with!. It provides equipment with utility- or generator-supplied AC electricity filtered through premium ISOBAR surge protection. This inverter with automatic line-to-battery tra... <more> 

Tripplite Model: RV1250ULHW

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Solid backup

By Finch from Undisclosed on 09/05/2013


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Yes, I would recommend this to a friend

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.


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Good Unit , Little noisy

By Techman from Undisclosed on 08/17/2013


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Yes, I would recommend this to a friend

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 .


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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.

By oldshew65 from Undisclosed on 03/25/2012

Hope to get this resolved tomorrow, with the help of techinal person.


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