Built tough for Aussie conditions, the 600W Pure Sine Wave Inverter from Hard Korr means life on the road doesn’t have to be without your favourite appliances.
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 600W of continuous power and pure sine waveform, it caters for sensitive devices and is also built to surge up to 1200W. 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.
Pack your blender - because Hard Korr’s 600W Pure Sine Wave Inverter will get your smoothie game going strong on the road.
Smooth, clean, and consistent 12V to 240V power conversion
Powers appliances like LED TVs, blenders, CPAP machines and pedestal fans
Advanced thermoregulation system for increased efficiency
Oversized heatsink for quiet operation
Advanced protection circuitry
Low harmonic distortion
Pure sine waveform for sensitive devices
600W continuous high surge output
1200W surge power
1 x 240V AU/NZ (IEC Type 1) outlet
Automatic temperature controlled
80A ANS inline fuse included
Strong inbuilt mounting flange
27L x 16.5W x 8H cm
27L x 16.5W x 8H cm
Aluminium | Steel
Nominal DC Input Voltage 12V DC | DC Input Voltage Range 10.5V − 15V | Input Current (max) 60A DC
No Load 0.5A | Remote Standby Current Draw 1mA
Pure Sine Wave | 240V AC +/− 5% | 600W Continuous | 1200W Surge Power | 50/60Hz +/− 5%
AS/NZS 4763:2011 | UL 458 | IEC/EN 62368−1
4WD | Camping
Can this power sensitive device such as a iphone (using the normal ac to dc converter power block) or laptop ?1 answer
Can this power sensitive device such as a iphone (using the normal ac to dc converter power block) laptop, and AC (300W with soft start up), without causing problems such as the phone overheating and freezing like other inverter ?
Joshua - Adelaide Airport, SA (10 months ago)
Without having any information about your other inverter, and the potential technical factors that have contributed to your issue in the past, this one should be safe to use. Pure Sinewave inverters are safe to use for any electronics such as mobile phones and laptops.
Hope that helps.
Lauren - Snowys(9 months ago)
Lithium compatible?1 answer
Is this compatible with lithium batteries?
Rod - Blackmans Bay, TAS (1 year ago)
Inverters arent reliant on battery chemistry compatibility, you can use an inverter with any battery. The main issue is making sure you have a low voltage cut out in your system to stop the inverter draining your battery. If you are going to be around the place you can keep an eye on it and manually cut it off, but otherwise something like a VSR would do the trick.