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"NPower XRP Pure Sine Wave Inverter with Remote Control - 1,000 Watt, 2 AC Outlets"

Item# 31908
"The NPower XRP Series Pure Sine Wave Inverter converts 12V DC to clean, reliable 110V AC pure sine wave power. Low harmonic distortion makes this inverter ideal for use with office equipment, HDTVs, Blu-ray players, medical equipment, pumps and other sensitive devices. Delivers up to 90 maximum efficiency. Includes remote control. Surge Watts 2,000, Power Supply 12V, True Sine Wave Yes, Low Battery Protection Yes, Short Circuit Protection Yes, Soft Start Technology SST Yes, AC Outlets qty. 2, Continuous Watts 900. 900 Watt continuous output/2,000 surge Watts Operates at low temperatures for long life Soft start system, low battery shutdown, thermal overload protection and short circuit protection provide added safety on the devices it powers Includes two 110V AC outlets, plus a 5V 500mA USB port for added versatility Easy-to-read digital display for output power, input voltage and error indications"
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Questions & Answers for "NPower XRP Pure Sine Wave Inverter with Remote Control - 1,000 Watt, 2 AC Outlets"

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Does it have a fan?

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This inverter has a high speed cooling fan that protects the inverter from over-heating.
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What are the dimensions?

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The dimensions of this NPower XRP Pure Sine Wave Inverter with Remote Control are 12 1/4" L x 8 3/8" W x 3 3/16" H.
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watts for tv

I would like to power a 32 in. flat screen tv and a dish network satellite box will 1000 watts run this
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The 900 watt continuous output this sine wave inverter produces should be more than enough to power both your TV and satellite box. Wattage draws vary from brand to brand so Northern recommends checking both your TV and satellite box requirements to verify they don't draw more than 900 watts combined.
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What is the power distribution in the inverter?

I am purchasing your 1000 watt Pure Sine Wave Inverter, Northern Item #31908.

I am planning on running a CPAC device requiring 115 volts and 200 watts.
As my RV batteries deplete down to, say 11 volts with the power to the CPAC remain at a constant 115 volts and 200 watts. According to your specs it should give me an audible warning at 11 volts and shut down at 10.5 volts.
asked 2 years, 9 months ago
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The manufacturer does not give out the power distribution on the inverter. However, the machine will be fine to use with your CPAC machine. You are correct in saying it will give you an audible warning at 11 volts.
answered 2 years, 9 months ago
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no-load Power consumption

What is the unit's power consumption at no-load ?
asked 2 years, 10 months ago
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At no load the inverter has a .6 amp draw per hour.
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