300W (330 VA) inverter with uninterruptible power supply. Switch-mode design in 300 watt ups inverter, easy to use. Lightweight and high efficiency pure sine wave ups inverter worth buying.
- 330 VA ups inverter with pure sine wave output (THD＜3%).
- Built-in 3-stages battery charger, allow to run loads while charging.
- Automatically switch with a ultra-fast switching time.
- High efficiency-converts the battery's available power.
- Pure sine wave 300W ups inverter uses soft-start technology.
- 90% pure sine wave output, low distortion, waveform and main power line AC waveform are basically the same, equipment accuracy is small, low interference, low noise, strong load capacity, can meet any type of AC load, without damaging the load.
- Optional crocodile clip and cigar lighters, easy to connect batteries or vehicles’ batteries.
- Aluminum shell with good heat dissipation and strong shock resistance.
- Uninterruptible power supply with USB charging port: 5V, ideally qualified for powering your phone, laptop, pc, etc.
- Intelligent fan for cooling, long use life.
- LED indicators for power and protections.
- Switch-mode design in 300 watt ups inverter, easy to use.
- Model: ATO-UPSIV-300
- Rated Power: 300W (330 VA)
- Peak Power: 600W
- Input Voltage: DC 12V, DC 24V, DC 48V (Optional)
- Output Voltage: 100V AC, 110V AC, 120V AC, 220V AC, 230V AC, 240V AC±5% (Optional)
- Output Frequency: 50Hz±0.5Hz, 60Hz±0.5Hz (Optional)
- Phase: 1- Phase (L, N, G), Do Not provide split phase configuration (L1, L2 + N, G)
- Output Waveform: Pure sine wave
- Waveform Distortion: THD＜3% (Linear load)
- Cooling Method: Intelligent air cooling
- USB Port: 5V 1A
- Max. Efficiency: 90%
- Working Temperature: -10 ℃— +50 ℃
- Storage Temperature: -30 ℃— +70 ℃
|Unload Current Less Than
|Input Voltage Range
|Low Voltage Alarm
|Low Voltage Protection
|Over Voltage Protection
|Low Voltage Recover
|Over Voltage Recover
UPS Inverter Output Socket (Optional):
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Tips: UPS Inverter Troubleshooting
The battery or charging circuit is faulty. Check whether the input and output voltage of charging circuit is normal; If the input of the charging circuit is normal and the output is abnormal, disconnect the battery and test again. If it is still abnormal, the charging circuit is faulty. If the input and output of the charging circuit are normal after the battery is disconnected, it indicates that the battery is damaged.
Battery power supply over current. Whether the inverter breakdown; the battery voltage is too low. If the battery voltage is too low, check whether the battery charging circuit is normal. If the battery charging circuit is normal, check the battery voltage to check whether the circuit works normally.
After the ups is started, nothing is displayed on the panel. Check whether the mains input fuse is burnt out; check whether the battery insurance is burned down, because some ups will turn off all the output and display of the ups when the battery voltage cannot be detected by itself. Check whether the mains test circuit works normally.