The PROwatt SW Series feature True Sine-Wave AC output with 600, 1000 and 2000 watts respectively. With high surge capability, the PROwatt SW Series provides the necessary current to startup demanding electrical loads.

In addition to dual GFCI AC receptacles, the PROwatt SW Series include an innovative USB connection for providing power to most USB chargeable devices. The PROwatt SW Series offers many safety features not found in similar inverters. When equipped with a remote control, the PROwatt SW Series has the ability to provide automatic ignition lockout shutting down the inverter's output when the vehicle's ignition is not engaged.

The compact, easy-to-use and easy-to-install design of the PROwatt SW Series makes it ideal for use in commercial truck, RV and marine applications.

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Xantrex PROwatt True Sinewave Inverter

True sine wave output to operate sensitive electronics

Built-in digital display for DC volts and output power

Dual GFCI AC receptacles for safe operation

Built-in USB port Charger

Over temperature shutdown

Low voltage alarm (11.0 Vdc)

7"H x 14"W x 17"L WT: 13.3lbs

Xantrex

ProWatt SW600

Prowatt SW1000

Prowatt SW2000

Dimensions (H x W x L)

3.5 x 8.7 x 12.2 (89 x 220 x 310 mm)

3.5 x 8.7 x 13.4 (89 x 220 x 339 mm)

3.9 x 11.8 x 13.7 (100 x 299 x 348 mm)

Weight

6.5 lb (3.0 kg)

7.2 lb (3.3 kg)

10.7 lb (4.9 kg)

Surge capacity (peak)

1200 W

2000 W

3000W

AC output frequency

60+/-0.05 Hz

60+/-0.05 Hz

60+/-0.05 Hz

AC output voltage range

104 - 127 Vac

104 - 127 Vac

104 - 127 Vac

BRAND:

Xantrex

Type:

Inverters / Chargers

Questions & Answers about Xantrex PROwatt SW True Sinewave Inverter:

2014-02-17JERRY MARTIN asked: What determines the right fuse to use with the Prowatt SW 1000?

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2014-02-17ALLEN ANDERSON: Load I suppose determines in part the fuse size. Maximum load as in surge should be taken in to consideration. I think there is a formula for all of that....and somewhere there is a safety factor to build in. So you might use the NEC ratings and assume 80 pct usage which develops a 1.25 NEC rating. So at 40amps you might use a 40amps * 1.25 rating to get to a 50 amp fuse...you might round up to 60 amps.

2014-02-18ALAN MALKIEL: Per the Xantrex manual, page 11: The correct fuse is 150 Amps, ANL or Class T type.

2014-02-17JERRY MARTIN asked: What determines the right fuse to use with the Prowatt SW 1000?

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2014-02-17ALLEN ANDERSON: Load I suppose determines in part the fuse size. Maximum load as in surge should be taken in to consideration. I think there is a formula for all of that....and somewhere there is a safety factor to build in. So you might use the NEC ratings and assume 80 pct usage which develops a 1.25 NEC rating. So at 40amps you might use a 40amps * 1.25 rating to get to a 50 amp fuse...you might round up to 60 amps.

2014-02-18ALAN MALKIEL: Per the Xantrex manual, page 11: The correct fuse is 150 Amps, ANL or Class T type.

2014-02-17JERRY MARTIN asked: What determines the right fuse to use with the Prowatt SW 1000?

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2014-02-17ALLEN ANDERSON: Load I suppose determines in part the fuse size. Maximum load as in surge should be taken in to consideration. I think there is a formula for all of that....and somewhere there is a safety factor to build in. So you might use the NEC ratings and assume 80 pct usage which develops a 1.25 NEC rating. So at 40amps you might use a 40amps * 1.25 rating to get to a 50 amp fuse...you might round up to 60 amps.

2014-02-18ALAN MALKIEL: Per the Xantrex manual, page 11: The correct fuse is 150 Amps, ANL or Class T type.

2014-02-17JERRY MARTIN asked: What determines the right fuse to use with the Prowatt SW 1000?

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2014-02-17ALLEN ANDERSON: Load I suppose determines in part the fuse size. Maximum load as in surge should be taken in to consideration. I think there is a formula for all of that....and somewhere there is a safety factor to build in. So you might use the NEC ratings and assume 80 pct usage which develops a 1.25 NEC rating. So at 40amps you might use a 40amps * 1.25 rating to get to a 50 amp fuse...you might round up to 60 amps.

2014-02-18ALAN MALKIEL: Per the Xantrex manual, page 11: The correct fuse is 150 Amps, ANL or Class T type.

2014-02-17JERRY MARTIN asked: What determines the right fuse to use with the Prowatt SW 1000?

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2014-02-17ALLEN ANDERSON: Load I suppose determines in part the fuse size. Maximum load as in surge should be taken in to consideration. I think there is a formula for all of that....and somewhere there is a safety factor to build in. So you might use the NEC ratings and assume 80 pct usage which develops a 1.25 NEC rating. So at 40amps you might use a 40amps * 1.25 rating to get to a 50 amp fuse...you might round up to 60 amps.

2014-02-18ALAN MALKIEL: Per the Xantrex manual, page 11: The correct fuse is 150 Amps, ANL or Class T type.

2014-02-17JERRY MARTIN asked: What determines the right fuse to use with the Prowatt SW 1000?

+Expand Answers

2014-02-17ALLEN ANDERSON: Load I suppose determines in part the fuse size. Maximum load as in surge should be taken in to consideration. I think there is a formula for all of that....and somewhere there is a safety factor to build in. So you might use the NEC ratings and assume 80 pct usage which develops a 1.25 NEC rating. So at 40amps you might use a 40amps * 1.25 rating to get to a 50 amp fuse...you might round up to 60 amps.

2014-02-18ALAN MALKIEL: Per the Xantrex manual, page 11: The correct fuse is 150 Amps, ANL or Class T type.

2014-02-17JERRY MARTIN asked: What determines the right fuse to use with the Prowatt SW 1000?

+Expand Answers

2014-02-17ALLEN ANDERSON: Load I suppose determines in part the fuse size. Maximum load as in surge should be taken in to consideration. I think there is a formula for all of that....and somewhere there is a safety factor to build in. So you might use the NEC ratings and assume 80 pct usage which develops a 1.25 NEC rating. So at 40amps you might use a 40amps * 1.25 rating to get to a 50 amp fuse...you might round up to 60 amps.

2014-02-18ALAN MALKIEL: Per the Xantrex manual, page 11: The correct fuse is 150 Amps, ANL or Class T type.

2014-02-17JERRY MARTIN asked: What determines the right fuse to use with the Prowatt SW 1000?

+Expand Answers

2014-02-17ALLEN ANDERSON: Load I suppose determines in part the fuse size. Maximum load as in surge should be taken in to consideration. I think there is a formula for all of that....and somewhere there is a safety factor to build in. So you might use the NEC ratings and assume 80 pct usage which develops a 1.25 NEC rating. So at 40amps you might use a 40amps * 1.25 rating to get to a 50 amp fuse...you might round up to 60 amps.

2014-02-18ALAN MALKIEL: Per the Xantrex manual, page 11: The correct fuse is 150 Amps, ANL or Class T type.

2014-02-17JERRY MARTIN asked: What determines the right fuse to use with the Prowatt SW 1000?

+Expand Answers

2014-02-17ALLEN ANDERSON: Load I suppose determines in part the fuse size. Maximum load as in surge should be taken in to consideration. I think there is a formula for all of that....and somewhere there is a safety factor to build in. So you might use the NEC ratings and assume 80 pct usage which develops a 1.25 NEC rating. So at 40amps you might use a 40amps * 1.25 rating to get to a 50 amp fuse...you might round up to 60 amps.

2014-02-18ALAN MALKIEL: Per the Xantrex manual, page 11: The correct fuse is 150 Amps, ANL or Class T type.

2014-02-17JERRY MARTIN asked: What determines the right fuse to use with the Prowatt SW 1000?

+Expand Answers

2014-02-17ALLEN ANDERSON: Load I suppose determines in part the fuse size. Maximum load as in surge should be taken in to consideration. I think there is a formula for all of that....and somewhere there is a safety factor to build in. So you might use the NEC ratings and assume 80 pct usage which develops a 1.25 NEC rating. So at 40amps you might use a 40amps * 1.25 rating to get to a 50 amp fuse...you might round up to 60 amps.

2014-02-18ALAN MALKIEL: Per the Xantrex manual, page 11: The correct fuse is 150 Amps, ANL or Class T type.

2014-02-17JERRY MARTIN asked: What determines the right fuse to use with the Prowatt SW 1000?

+Expand Answers

2014-02-17ALLEN ANDERSON: Load I suppose determines in part the fuse size. Maximum load as in surge should be taken in to consideration. I think there is a formula for all of that....and somewhere there is a safety factor to build in. So you might use the NEC ratings and assume 80 pct usage which develops a 1.25 NEC rating. So at 40amps you might use a 40amps * 1.25 rating to get to a 50 amp fuse...you might round up to 60 amps.

2014-02-18ALAN MALKIEL: Per the Xantrex manual, page 11: The correct fuse is 150 Amps, ANL or Class T type.

2014-02-17JERRY MARTIN asked: What determines the right fuse to use with the Prowatt SW 1000?

+Expand Answers

2014-02-17ALLEN ANDERSON: Load I suppose determines in part the fuse size. Maximum load as in surge should be taken in to consideration. I think there is a formula for all of that....and somewhere there is a safety factor to build in. So you might use the NEC ratings and assume 80 pct usage which develops a 1.25 NEC rating. So at 40amps you might use a 40amps * 1.25 rating to get to a 50 amp fuse...you might round up to 60 amps.

2014-02-18ALAN MALKIEL: Per the Xantrex manual, page 11: The correct fuse is 150 Amps, ANL or Class T type.

2014-02-17JERRY MARTIN asked: What determines the right fuse to use with the Prowatt SW 1000?

+Expand Answers

2014-02-17ALLEN ANDERSON: Load I suppose determines in part the fuse size. Maximum load as in surge should be taken in to consideration. I think there is a formula for all of that....and somewhere there is a safety factor to build in. So you might use the NEC ratings and assume 80 pct usage which develops a 1.25 NEC rating. So at 40amps you might use a 40amps * 1.25 rating to get to a 50 amp fuse...you might round up to 60 amps.

2014-02-18ALAN MALKIEL: Per the Xantrex manual, page 11: The correct fuse is 150 Amps, ANL or Class T type.

Comments about Xantrex PROwatt SW True Sinewave Inverter:

I know most readers of this are boaters, but I ordered this to use as a portable office while camping. It works exactly as advertised. Running it off a marine battery with solar panel charger, it primarily charges my laptop but the USB port is great for powering a WiFi hotspot.

So about those fuses...I hooked it up exactly reversed right out of the box and promptly blew the fuses. I opened the case, thereby voiding the warranty I am certain (seems I do that a lot). There are 3 30-amp fuses and I blew out all three of them. They are soldered to the main board with lots of solder probably because of the high-amperage needs.

The manual clearly says this is not covered by the warranty and may cause fuses to blow and other mayhem. Fortunately, only the fuses were blown and replacing them got the unit working again just fine.

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