Okay, what’s it going to be – your coffee machine and blender, or the microwave for that super easy heat ’n eat meal? The 2000W Pure Sine Wave Inverter with RCD Protection from Hard Korr will take your camping setup to a whole new level!
This inverter allows users to power 240-volt appliances off a 12-volt system. It’s been developed with reduced radio interference and electrical noise to create more efficient operation for inductive loads. Through 2000W of continuous power and pure sine waveform, it caters for sensitive devices and is also built to surge up to 4000W. This inverter also features advanced internal circuitry and componentry, plus converts power with super-high efficiency to minimise wastage during the 12V to 240V transfer.
For clean, consistent, safe, and reliable 12V to 240VC power conversion including RCD protection, you can’t go past the 2000W Pure Sine Wave Inverter from Hard Korr for your next adventure.
Powers appliances like microwaves, blenders, and LED TVs
Smooth, clean, and consistent 12V to 240V power conversion
Advanced thermoregulation system for increased efficiency
Oversized heatsink for quiet operation
Advanced protection circuitry
Low harmonic distortion
Pure sine waveform for sensitive devices
2000W continuous high surge output
4000W surge power
Inbuilt RCD protection
1 x 240V AU/NZ (IEC Type 1) outlet
Automatic temperature controlled
240A ANS inline fuse included
Strong inbuilt mounting flange
46L x 25.5W x 12H cm
46L x 25.5W x 12H cm
Aluminium | Steel
Nominal DC Input Voltage 12V DC | DC Input Voltage Range 10.5V − 15V | Input Current (max) 200A DC
No Load 0.9A | Remote Standby Current Draw 1mA
Pure Sine Wave | 240V AC +/− 5% | 2000W Continuous | 4000W Surge Power | 50/60Hz +/− 5%
AS/NZS 4763:2011 | UL 458 | IEC/EN 62368−1
4WD | Camping
Does this require earth grounding considering it has an RCD? If so, can it be plugged into a household power outlet (GPO) using an earthing plug connecter? Thank you for any help on this question
Vincent - Modbury, SA (3 months ago)
Generally these are designed to be used in a camping setup where you will earth to the metal body of the vehicle or caravan/camper, or common neutral. There is an earth lug on the inverter for this, and just requires a piece of earthing wire. It sounds like you are wanting to use it in a home setting though?