$809.99

Renogy 48V 3500W Pure Sine Wave Inverter, All-in-One with MPPT Charge Controller, Power-Saving Mode DC 48V to AC 120V, Surge 7000W, Solar, Generator Battery Charging, LCD&LED, for Home, Camping, RV

4 out of 5
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Renogy’s 3500W 48V Solar Inverter Charger combines solar charging, AC/generator battery charging, and battery inverting into one convenient solution to take your off-grid system to the hybrid level. Compatible with 48V battery banks, this solar inverter charger gives you the ultimate control with…

3 reviews for "Renogy 48V 3500W Pure Sine Wave Inverter, All-in-One with MPPT Charge Controller, Power-Saving Mode DC 48V to AC 120V, Surge 7000W, Solar, Generator Battery Charging, LCD&LED, for Home, Camping, RV"

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    So I bought the 3000 Watt Inverter/Charger from Renogy in October 2019 for $899 on Amazon. We had a professional install it. A month or so passed and then the power cut off while connected to ShorePower – red blinking light on Inverter Switch. I reset the Inverter and nothing else seems the matter. Another month went by and then the power cut out again when connected to ShorePower. This time I was paying a little more attention and noticed we had 3 heated appliances running at once: toaster oven, microwave and electric fireplace? Thinking this should not be a problem since we are plugged into 50 amp ShorePower and we have a 50 amp coach, but it was a problem. After calling Renogy support and being on hold for 25 mins, the tech told me that the limitation of the Inverter/Charger is 24 amp (3000 watt / 125 VAC) even when connected to 50 amp ShorePower. This means my whole coach can only draw no more than 24 amps even when plugged into 50 amp service. He quickly transferred me to Customer Service which said I was past my 30 day return windows and should just try to sell on eBay ~ thanks for that Renogy! There goes $900 down the drain!My gripe with Renogy is not with their product. It is actual in their Amazon listing. It doesn’t state this limitation anywhere as of 1-28-2020! Maybe I should just know this information but I would think this should be mentioned to the would be buyer, right?Buyers lookout for what they are not telling you.~The Unhappy Camper~

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    So I bought the 3000 Watt Inverter/Charger from Renogy in October 2019 for $899 on Amazon. We had a professional install it. A month or so passed and then the power cut off while connected to ShorePower – red blinking light on Inverter Switch. I reset the Inverter and nothing else seems the matter. Another month went by and then the power cut out again when connected to ShorePower. This time I was paying a little more attention and noticed we had 3 heated appliances running at once: toaster oven, microwave and electric fireplace? Thinking this should not be a problem since we are plugged into 50 amp ShorePower and we have a 50 amp coach, but it was a problem. After calling Renogy support and being on hold for 25 mins, the tech told me that the limitation of the Inverter/Charger is 24 amp (3000 watt / 125 VAC) even when connected to 50 amp ShorePower. This means my whole coach can only draw no more than 24 amps even when plugged into 50 amp service. He quickly transferred me to Customer Service which said I was past my 30 day return windows and should just try to sell on eBay ~ thanks for that Renogy! There goes $900 down the drain!My gripe with Renogy is not with their product. It is actual in their Amazon listing. It doesn’t state this limitation anywhere as of 1-28-2020! Maybe I should just know this information but I would think this should be mentioned to the would be buyer, right?Buyers lookout for what they are not telling you.~The Unhappy Camper~

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    The unit allows everything in my travel trailer to run off the batteries including the ac. The problem is it blows fuses when I try to run the ac on shore power. I can only use the air conditioner on batteries for as long as the batteries last. Tech support also confirms that if the unit malfunctions or if something happens to the batteries (like being stolen or lost) you would not get any power from shore for anything! Another reviewer pointed out the unit is limited to 24 amps. Seems to me a simple, much cheaper 2000 or 3000 watt inverter would come with a lot less luggage.

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