I bought this for an RV that has both 120v & 240v components onboard. I should have researched more thoroughly before ordering as this unit cannot accept 120v shore / line power, which is what is available to us at most locations such as RV parks and family and friends homes. It never occurred to me that there was any chance the unit would not accept 120v shore power as this unit retails for over $1900, whereas my significantly cheaper $559 Powerjack 8000 watt 120/240 inverter charger does accept 120v shore power. I assumed that if the less expensive brand had this basic feature that surely the expensive brand would as well.
I spent over $14,000 on Aims equipment. This inverter has been a disappointment. And after having Aims LCD remote fail within a week and then worse yet having Aims lithium battery model LFP48V150A / LFP24V300A fail to operate properly out of the box (which retails at $5299), and the subsequent unsatisfactory support experience I had with Aims, I give up on this brand. I was warned by a professional builder to not go with Aims due to high product failure and poor service. I sure wish I had listened. That builder made the switch to Victron. I'm now considering either Victron, Renogy, or Magnum myself.