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Wagan Proline 10,000W Inverter + Remote

Item# 210-52353288-AF | Model# 52353288 | Added on October 7, 2016 |
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Wagan Proline 10,000W Inverter + Remote
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ProLine 10,000 Watt Inverter As a venerable favorite among off-grid users, Wagan Tech’s ProLine series of power inverters have received a considerable makeover. Starting from the ground up, the new 10,000 watt inverter received a new SMT circuit board, a glossy exterior coating on the smaller casing, and a massive weight reduction. The new Wagan Tech Pro Line Inverters; proving that the best can get better! Upgraded Features The new SMT (Surface Mount Technology) circuit boards offer greater reliability, better efficiency, and fewer stray RF emissions over the older PCB (Printed Circuit Boards) and through-hole boards. From there the case volume shrunk almost 50percent of the original, and the overall weight was reduced 48percent! This makes for one efficient, reliable, beautiful, and lightweight 10,000 watt inverter in a more compact size! Rear Component Details On the backside of the ProLine 10,000 Watt Inverter is the massive cooling fan, the Heavy Duty Solid Mount Positive (Red) Terminal, the Heavy Duty Solid Mount Negative (Black) Terminal, and the Ground-Neutral Bond stud with wing-nut. Both of the Terminals are now Heavy Duty Sold Mounts and come directly out of the case to make connections easier and to avoid the inevitable 90ᵒ bend that the cables make on traditional inverters; causing undue stress and making connections harder. The massive cooling fan is utilized to help keep the inverter cool and operating efficiently. Performance Wagan Tech builds our inverters ... read more
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