Overview — Renogy 3000W 12V Pure Sine Wave Inverter Charger w/ LCD Display (R-INVT-PCL1-30111S-US)
The Renogy 3000W Pure Sine Wave Inverter Charger w/ LCD Display is ideal for RV or standalone. The Renogy 3000W Pure Sine Wave Inverter Charger not only acts as a DC to AC inverter that allows you to power your household appliances but also charges and maintains a battery bank when connected to shore power and is now compatible with Lithium batteries. With a low transfer time, power remains uninterrupted when switching from the battery to shore power. The advanced Renogy Pure Sine Wave technology will protect and extend the life of your electronics and appliances. The Renogy 3000W Pure Sine Wave Inverter Charger is a perfect backup power source!
The listed dimensions we provide are solely the device body dimensions. Please do reserve space for cable grommets and installing cables.
Powerful versatility, it is ready for 12V Gel, AGM, Sealed Lead Acid (SLA), Flooded (FLD), Calcium (CAL), Lithium-iron Phosphate (LI), and programmable for custom batteries through the USER type.
Advanced Pure Sine Wave technology provides high-quality AC power equivalent to grid power to protect your household appliances and electronic equipment, which is especially suitable for sensitive electrical appliances.
The Renogy 3000W pure sine wave inverter charger is equipped with a 4-Stage(Bulk stage, Boost stage, Float stage, and Equalization) battery charger with a configurable charging current between 5A and 75A to make sure it optimally and automatically charge to 100%. It only takes 1.5 hours to fully charge a 100Ah battery.
The LCD display can visually see the status of the inverter and perform programmable operations. The PCL inverter charger series is fully programmable with more than 20 features that can be customized such as input/output voltage range and battery charging current.
This inverter comes with a 16.4ft remote control and a 9.9ft battery temperature sensor.
The Temperature Sensor can compensate the battery voltage affected by temperature so that the charger recognizes the voltage more accurately and assures stable and constant charging to the battery.
To Access the main panel, unscrew the terminals on the outside of the side panel. Steps as follows:
1. Flip inverter power to the 'OFF' position
2. Unscrew the screw terminals along the edge of the side plate
3. Gently remove DC Side plate to expose DC Terminals
4. Connect the positive and negative DC Cables to their respective terminals and run them through the side panel
Minimum 12V Lithium Battery Bank Sizing
The following are the minimum battery quantities to operate Renogy power inverters. This is ONLY for 12V applications.
|Battery Bank Qty/ Inverter Size||50Ah||100Ah||170Ah|
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FAQs — Renogy 3000W 12V Pure Sine Wave Inverter Charger w/ LCD Display (R-INVT-PCL1-30111S-US)
Q: 1.What's the difference between an inverter charger and an inverter?
Answer: The Inverter charger not only inverts DC battery power to useable AC power, but also functions as a battery charger when connected to shore power.
Q: Can I use the inverter with a 24V system?
Answer: No. This model can only work with a 12V battery system.
Q: What's a battery temperature sensor?
Answer: The charger needs to select the charging mode according to the battery voltage. The Temperature Sensor can compensate the battery voltage affected by temperature so that the charger recognizes the voltage more accurately and assures stable and constant charging to the battery, Prolong battery lifespan. The Temperature Sensor is not used with Lithium batteries.
Q: What size inverter should I buy?
Answer: 1. Sizing the right power output. Inverters will be rated by a wattage value, telling you how many watts they can run at one time. For example, imagine you had a 500 Watt Fridge and 800 Watt Air Conditioning. These two items would be 1300W and would require an inverter with a higher wattage than 1300W. Renogy 2000W and 3000W inverter will meet your power needs. 2. Check your battery voltage. The DC voltage rating on the inverter will tell you what battery bank it is compatible with. For example, a 12V battery bank will require an inverter that is compatible with 12V DC input. 3. Size your installation spaces. What area or space will you set your inverter? Make sure the inverter will fit in the space you have in mind with enough room around it for proper ventilation and no fire hazards. 4. Remote operation is important. Renogy pure sine inverters come with convenient remote control so that you can operate the unit from afar.
Q: Do I need Modified Sine Wave or Pure Sine Wave?
Answer: Modified sine wave inverters are older technology and generally less expensive. They can be used for many standard appliances but may cause trouble with delicate electronics or audio equipment. Some equipment may work but run hotter than normal. Pure sine wave inverters are a bigger investment, but much more versatile. a) Output voltage waveform is a pure sine wave with very low harmonic distortion and clean power like utility-supplied electricity. b) Inductive loads like microwave ovens and motors run faster, quieter, and cooler. c) Reduces audible and electrical noise in fans, fluorescent lights, audio amplifiers, TV, Game consoles, Fax, and answering machines. d) Prevents crashes in computers, weird print out, and glitches and noise in monitors.
Answer: Do not over-torque or over-tighten the terminals. This could potentially damage the unit. Be careful of the positive and negative poles. Reversing the poles might cause permanent damage to the inverter. It will surely blow the internal fuse. Avoid switching on the inverter with the load (electronic devices) already switched on. This may trigger an overload since some electronic devices have an initial high power surge to start. When switching off the inverter, turn off the electronic devices first. Although the inverter is off, the capacitors will still have a charge, so the DC and AC terminals must be disconnected if altering the circuitry.