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    5000W Marine Power Inverter

    Buy a 5000W marine power inverter for boat, available with 150V input DC voltage, 35V input DC current, 110/120/220/230/240V output voltage, and communication interface RS485. Factory price boat inverter can convert the battery (DC power) on board into AC power for common electrical equipment on board.
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    Low price boat inverter for sale online. 5000 watt marine inverter provides 150V input DC voltage, 35V input DC current, 110/120/220/230/240V output voltage, communication interface RS485, and output waveform pure sine wave, can convert direct current into alternating current, high overall efficiency and low no-load loss.


    • 5000 watt marine inverter utilizes the U.S. DSP28335 control chip for fast running speed and high precision, with a conversion efficiency of over 92% and a built-in industrial frequency isolation transformer for strong anti-interference and impact resistance.
    • The boat inverter is equipped with over-voltage, over-current, short-circuit, and overheating warning devices, along with frequency conversion starting and reduced voltage soft start functions, suitable for high-power motor startups.
    • Good price marine power inverter features an LCD and LED alarm indicators for easy operation, provides a pure output waveform with less than 3% distortion, and supports single-phase power supply with output voltage range of 110/120/220/230/240V AC.


    Model ATO-SDP-5KW
    Isolation Mode Low-Frequency Transformer
    DC Input Voltage Range (V DC) 144V (Contact Us for Other Voltage)
    Rated Current(A) 35A (Contact Us for Other Current)
    AC Output Rated Output Power 5kW (5000 watt)
    Output Waveform Pure Sine Wave
    Rated Voltage 110/120/220/230/240V AC (Optional)
    Phases Single Phase
    Rated Current (A) 23A
    Frequency 50Hz or 60Hz
    Rated Output Voltage Range (V) 110/120/220/230/240V AC (Optional)
    Power Factor (PF) 0.99
    Overload Ability 150%, 5 seconds
    Efficiency >93%
    Waveform Distortion Rate (THD) <3% (Linear load)
    Dynamic Response (0 to 100% Load) 5%≤50ms
    Display LCD
    Running Mode Working Continuously
    Electrical Insulation Properties 2000V AC, 1min
    Communication Interface RS485 (Optional)
    Protection Function Protection Input Reverse Polarity, Under Voltage, Overvoltage, Output Over current, Shortcircuit, Overheating, etc.
    Cooling Method Fan-cooled
    Short-circuit Protector No Automatic Recovery Need to Restart the Machine
    Noise (1m) ≤50dB
    Degree Of Protection IP20 (Indoor)
    Working Altitude (m) ≤2000
    Working Temperature -25~+55℃
    Relative Humidity 0~90% (Non-Condensing)
    Rack Mounted Type Depth*Width* Height 435*605*267mm
    Stand Type 450*550*760mm


    Marine power inverter applications

    Tips: Why need a power inverter for a boat?

    A power inverter is essential for a boat for several reasons, all of which contribute to the comfort, convenience, and functionality of life on board.

    Boats typically operate on a 12V or 24V direct current (DC) electrical system, which is suitable for running basic marine equipment and lighting. However, many modern appliances and electronic devices, such as microwaves, televisions, laptops, and other household gadgets, require alternating current (AC) power, typically at 110V or 220V. A power inverter converts the boat’s DC power from its battery system into AC power, enabling the use of these standard household appliances and electronics on board. This conversion is crucial for maintaining the comfort and convenience of home while at sea.

    In addition to providing the necessary power for household appliances, a power inverter also enhances the overall functionality and flexibility of a boat’s electrical system. Inverters often come with additional features such as integrated battery chargers, remote operation capabilities, and surge protection. This allows boaters to efficiently manage their power usage, protect sensitive electronic equipment, and maintain a steady power supply even when shore power is unavailable. By ensuring a reliable source of AC power, inverters enable longer stays on the water, greater independence, and an overall more enjoyable boating experience.

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