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Old 10-12-2023, 07:43 PM   #1
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Default For sale - tripp lite inverter

RV750ULHW serves as an automotive or stationary DC-to-AC inverter with automatic line-to-battery transfer and integrated battery charger. Supports 120V AC output from a 120V AC line power source or 12V DC battery source. It has a
16.6 millisecond automatic transfer between line and battery power. It supports UPS protection during blackouts and voltage fluctuations for equipment compatible with a one cycle transfer time (with a battery attached). It provides
750 watts continuous AC output in inverter mode, 750 watts continuous AC output in AC mode. It will also support momentary start-up loads up to 200% of the continuous rating for up to 10 seconds.

Unit was working when removed. Removed as an upgrade to Lithium and larger inverter requirement. Lists new over $500. Will sell for $200, you pay shipping from 32547 zip. PayPal.
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Old 10-22-2023, 04:05 PM   #2
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RV750ULHW serves as an automotive or stationary DC-to-AC inverter with automatic line-to-battery transfer and integrated battery charger. Supports 120V AC output from a 120V AC line power source or 12V DC battery source. It has a
16.6 millisecond automatic transfer between line and battery power. It supports UPS protection during blackouts and voltage fluctuations for equipment compatible with a one cycle transfer time (with a battery attached). It provides
750 watts continuous AC output in inverter mode, 750 watts continuous AC output in AC mode. It will also support momentary start-up loads up to 200% of the continuous rating for up to 10 seconds.

Unit was working when removed. Removed as an upgrade to Lithium and larger inverter requirement. Lists new over $500. Will sell for $200, you pay shipping from 32547 zip. PayPal.

Hi,
I have same and would like to upgrade, looking for recommendations on what to upgrade to, any advice/ tips?
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Old 10-22-2023, 06:30 PM   #3
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Default phantomjock's Complete (to date) Electrical Upgrade: '08C170P

I went with a complete overhaul. So this might be more than you are interested in for an "Upgrade."
  1. Removed Generator - it was not functioning - so - OUT!
  2. The space was perfect for 2 @ 260Ah LiFePO4 batteries (520Ah total)
  3. Installed a 3000 Watt Inverter/Charger - pure sin wave. Has a built-in auto-transfer and a "pass through" as well + Remote
  4. Installed Shore Power Inlet and Switch (also monitors Reverse Polarity)
  5. Removed the noisy air conditioner - replaced with a very quiet 8000 BTU Inverter-style ac
  6. Removed the Battery Combiner (Engine Bay)
  7. Installed a 420 Amp Alternator and Alternator Protection Device
  8. Added Bus Bars to the Engine Bay for contemplated upgrades
  9. Installed a Engine RPM "controller" runs the engine @ 1500 rpm (adjustable) to get to the sweet-spot for charging via,
  10. The Sterling Battery 2 Battery Charger (200Amp) + Remote
  11. Installed a 12v Monitoring system (Bluetooth enabled)
  12. Installed Engine Bay and Alternator temperature monitoring
  13. Upgraded and installed new wiring to support the entire installation
  14. Rebuilt Shore Power cord (gained over 7 feet of cord by removing from fixed position)
  15. Revised wiring to both the ac and microwave. Now each can be run off the inverter

Here is a "notional" summary slide of the wiring effort:


That is more information than you asked for, I'm sure. Hope you find something useful in the list. As an aside, I recall seeing some folks have added a second Tripp-Lite inverter to up the capacity by having two units. I'm not advocating, just remarking that it has been done (AFAIR).

Cheers - Jim
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