This unit comes equipped with three grounded AC receptacle and a 5-Volt USB output, allowing you to power and charge a wide variety of devices. The CPI1575 will notify you with a flashing meter and alarm sound when there is a power problem, and will shut down for protection in current overload protection, short circuit protection, low voltage protection, high voltage protection and over temperature protection. The output waveform of this inverter is a modified sine wave and also has LED function/status meter . CPI1575 Features: Power Inverter, 1500 W Continuous Power Handling, 5v USB Output, 3 Grounded AC Receptacles, Remote On/Off Switch Capable, LED function/Status Meter"
This product works great, I have a microwave, flatscreen tv, and a toaster i hook up to it and there is no problems. One thing I wish would have been mentioned somewhere is that you need to purchase a 150 amp inline fuse to put in the power wire from the battery to the inverter. So plan on getting one of those and have it ready so you can install it. I didnt know about it and spent some time in North Dakota trying to find one. Enjoy.
Other reviewers don't seem to have had the problem I did, so this might be a good product but I must tell you my experience with it. I am very familiar with inverters and how to hook them up having lived off of solar power now for over ten years. When I first set up this inverter, the input voltage showed 12.3 volts, the same as my battery voltage but undr a 110 watt load the output wattage meter showed 0 (zero) watts. What I had plugged into the inverter was working fine (a small TV), so I assumed this ..
This review is in response to some comments regarding wire and fuse size selections for this inverter and others like it.In response to other review quoting a table from the National Electric Code (NEC). While the table that was posted is correct for 115VAC (household voltage) is does not translate directly to 12VDC (automotive voltage). When dealing with a 12 volt system there is less concern with wires overheating, at least in the way that the NEC considers it, and far more concern with voltage drop. W..