Go Power 1750 Watt 12V Power Inverter GP-1750HD
- Additional information
The Go Power GP-1750HD has been revised and it is better than ever! We have been carrying every version of the Go Power GP-1750HD since 2003, if you have a question about it, don’t hesitate to contact us as we are the Go Power EXPERTS! The newest version of course still provides enough power to run several appliances at once but has a new look and new design. With a 1750-watt output, this inverter is an excellent choice for most large power requirements. Plug your appliances directly into its three AC outlets, or wire it into your electrical system using the optional Go Power! transfer switch.
Ideal for powering several appliances, or as a source of emergency back-up power, the Go Power GP-1750HD fits a range of applications.
- 1750 Watt continuous power
- Modified sine wave
- Three AC receptacle
- On/off switch
- Thermostatically controlled cooling fan
- Over Temperature Protection
- AC output short circuit protection
- Instruction manual
- 1 Year Warranty Parts and Labor
- Continuous output power: 1750 Watts
- Surge power capability (peak power): 3500 Watts
- USB Output: 4.75 – 5.25 VDC / 2.1A
- dc input / operating voltage: 10.5 to 16 Volts
- Output voltage: 100 – 120 VAC RMS +5/-15
- Battery low voltage alarm: 10.5V +/- 0.5 Volts
- Battery low voltage shutdown: 10.0 +/- 0.5 Volts
- No load power consumption: <1.2A
- Full load efficiency: > 80%
- 1/3 load efficiency: 90%
- AC Output Socket Type: dual Type 2 -3 prong
- Product size (L x W x H): 8.07” x 8.86” x 3.50”
- Inverter Weight 6.42 lbs.
Connecting AC Loads to you GP3000-HD (this unit can also be hardwired):
1. Plug 120V device(s) into the receptacles. Make sure all devices are turned off, and that
they do not use more than the rated wattage during continuous operation, otherwise they
may overload the Inverter.
2. Set the power switch to the ON position.
3. Turn the device(s) on, one at a time. If the alarm sounds, turn off the device(s). Unplug
the device(s) from the Inverter. Check the wattage of the device(s), and if plugging in
multiple devices, discontinue use of one or more. If a single device sets the alarm off, it
is not appropriate for use with the Inverter.
4. If the Inverter is powered by a vehicle’s starting battery, be careful not to discharge the
battery to the point that it will no longer start the engine. If needed, operate the engine
periodically to maintain the batteries charge. Do not operate a vehicle’s engine in an