• Manufacturer: Aims Power
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  • Aims Power PWRI300012120SUL 3000 Watt Pure Sine Inverter w/ USB & Remote Port UL Listed to 458 New
  • Aims Power PWRI300012120SUL 3000 Watt Pure Sine Inverter w/ USB & Remote Port UL Listed to 458 New
  • Aims Power PWRI300012120SUL 3000 Watt Pure Sine Inverter w/ USB & Remote Port UL Listed to 458 New
  • Aims Power PWRI300012120SUL 3000 Watt Pure Sine Inverter w/ USB & Remote Port UL Listed to 458 New

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Aims Power PWRI300012120SUL 3000 Watt Pure Sine Inverter w/ USB & Remote Port UL Listed to 458 New
Power inverters have become a staple in businesses and homes around the world due to intermittent brown and black-outs. AIMS pure sine wave power inverters provide reliable transformation of DC power from a battery (such as the one in a car or RV) into AC power that can then be used to run lights, computers, printers, televisions, medical equipment and a broad range of appliances. And when it comes to selecting an inverter, it’s helpful to know that AIMS pure sine wave inverters represent the most technologically advanced, lightweight, compact and diverse inverters on the market to help ensure the widest use of applications. For over a decade, the AIMS Power has consistently delivered the broadest range of sizes to accommodate virtually every power requirement.
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Features (Left Column)
  • 3000 Watt Continuous Power
  • 6000 Watt Surge
  • 12 Volt DC Input
  • Pure Sine Wave
  • Dual Outlets AND Direct Connect Hard Wire Terminal Block
  • ETL Listed and Conforms to UL 458 and CSA 22.2 No 107.1
Features (Right Column)
  • AC Direct Connect Terminal Block
  • USB Outlet 2.1A
  • Efficiency: 90%
  • Short Circuit Protection
  • On/Off Switch
  • Dual Cooling Fans Thermally Controlled
Product Specifications (Left Column)
  • Continuous Output Power: 3000 Watts
  • Surge Power Capability (peak power): 6000 Watts
  • DC Input /Operating Voltage: 9.5-16 Volts
  • Output Voltage: 120 Volts AC
  • Output Wave Form: Pure Sine Wave
  • Output Frequency: 60 Hz
  • Battery Low Voltage Alarm: 9.8 +/- 0.5 Volts
  • Battery Low Voltage Shutdown: 9.5 v +/- 0.5 Volts
  • Full Load Efficiency: 90%
  • No Load Current: .9 amps or 1.37 amps with fan running
  • No Load Minimum Operating Temperature: 32 degrees Fahrenheit
  • Full Load Maximum Operating Temp: 104 degrees Fahrenheit(automatic shutdown)
  • Dual AC Outlets: Direct Connect Hard Wire Terminal Block
  • High Input Voltage Shutdown: 16V
  • Low Input Voltage shutdown: 9.5V +/- 0.5V
  • Product Size (L x W x H): 21.5” x 9.5” x 3.88”
  • Weight: 15.5 lbs unit, 17 lbs shipping
  • UPC :840271004648
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Package Contents:

  • Aims Inverter
  • Owner's manual
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Customer Reviews

Based on 2 reviews
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Inverter for the Camper

I had an Aims Low frequency 3000 watt pure sine wave inverter installed in our camper but it drew close to 5 amps at idle. Unless I kept turning it on and off every time I used it, it killed the batteries fairly quickly. I use it mainly for the microwave oven, the entertainment system, and my cpap machine.

The Aims High Frequency 3000 watt inverter uses less than 1 amp at idle. I will just leave it on all the time. My initial concern with the HF unit was would it run the MW oven. It works just fine. I probably could have gotten away with using the 2000 watt unit but I didn't want to chance it.

The LF inverter I took out of the camper will be used in the house now.

M
M.
Aims 3000/6000W inverter challenges

This review is for the product performance only, not AIms, or Factory Pure as I would rate both of these companies a five star for their speedy and effortless refund of my money. The problem with this inverter, and I suspect many of the chinese built pure sign wave inverters out there is that a pretty small microwave, my High Point 900W in my Arctic Fox 811, can overwhelm them on start up. Yes, a 900W microwave. This microwave draws about 1400 when running, and I was able to get the inverter to start it with some fancy footwork. To get this out of the way, I had a strip chart going from my battery monitoring system, and never went below the rated input DC voltage specified for the inverter. In fact, my two new LiFePo4 batteries were fully charged, and I used cables of greater size than recommended by AIMS. This same inverter would easily start my rooftop air conditioner using the same cables and batteries, but when attempting to start the microwave, the microwave would hum loudly and then shut down in its overload protection mode. It would start normally if I hit the pause button during the loud buzz and then hit start right away. While in the failed start condition, the output of the AIMS inverter would drop to 62VAC. During a successful start, the inverter would only drop to 95VAC, and then recover to about 110 and run the microwave normally, and able to cook a large potato. For giggles, I threw a 30 year old, but new in the box, 1500W modified inverter I had into the setup, same cabling and batteries, and it easily starts and runs the microwave, but will not start the air conditioner, which one would expect it could not start. I have since purchased another brand 2200/4400W pure sine wave, which I suspect is the same chinese built board that is a bit shorter, and found the same issue with it, even the 62VAC output in the failing mode. This inverter will also start the air conditioner without issue. See failed and successful starts in strip chart attached.

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Based on 2 reviews
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J
J.
Inverter for the Camper

I had an Aims Low frequency 3000 watt pure sine wave inverter installed in our camper but it drew close to 5 amps at idle. Unless I kept turning it on and off every time I used it, it killed the batteries fairly quickly. I use it mainly for the microwave oven, the entertainment system, and my cpap machine.

The Aims High Frequency 3000 watt inverter uses less than 1 amp at idle. I will just leave it on all the time. My initial concern with the HF unit was would it run the MW oven. It works just fine. I probably could have gotten away with using the 2000 watt unit but I didn't want to chance it.

The LF inverter I took out of the camper will be used in the house now.

M
M.
Aims 3000/6000W inverter challenges

This review is for the product performance only, not AIms, or Factory Pure as I would rate both of these companies a five star for their speedy and effortless refund of my money. The problem with this inverter, and I suspect many of the chinese built pure sign wave inverters out there is that a pretty small microwave, my High Point 900W in my Arctic Fox 811, can overwhelm them on start up. Yes, a 900W microwave. This microwave draws about 1400 when running, and I was able to get the inverter to start it with some fancy footwork. To get this out of the way, I had a strip chart going from my battery monitoring system, and never went below the rated input DC voltage specified for the inverter. In fact, my two new LiFePo4 batteries were fully charged, and I used cables of greater size than recommended by AIMS. This same inverter would easily start my rooftop air conditioner using the same cables and batteries, but when attempting to start the microwave, the microwave would hum loudly and then shut down in its overload protection mode. It would start normally if I hit the pause button during the loud buzz and then hit start right away. While in the failed start condition, the output of the AIMS inverter would drop to 62VAC. During a successful start, the inverter would only drop to 95VAC, and then recover to about 110 and run the microwave normally, and able to cook a large potato. For giggles, I threw a 30 year old, but new in the box, 1500W modified inverter I had into the setup, same cabling and batteries, and it easily starts and runs the microwave, but will not start the air conditioner, which one would expect it could not start. I have since purchased another brand 2200/4400W pure sine wave, which I suspect is the same chinese built board that is a bit shorter, and found the same issue with it, even the 62VAC output in the failing mode. This inverter will also start the air conditioner without issue. See failed and successful starts in strip chart attached.

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