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Motomaster MotoMaster 3000W Power Outlet and Inverter

Converts 12V DC battery power to 120V AC household power for convenience and flexibilityIdeal for running virtually any electrical item found in a home - including washers or dryersQuiet alternative to generatorsAttaches safely and easily to deep-cycle batteriesDigital display for monitoring battery
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dual battery inputs??? why??

why does the newest model have dual battery inputs and how do you wire it up to two 6volt golf cart batteries in my rv??
asked 11 months ago
by
Wetcat
on MotoMaster 3000W Power Outlet and Inverter
2 answers
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answer 1
To use 2 6 volt batteries with a 12 volt inverter you have to wire the batteries in series. One wire from the positive of one battery to the negative of the next. Then wire one set of the inverter terminals to the two leftover battery terminals, making sure the polarities are correct, as described in the inverter manual. And use large enough wire. There are charts on-line that provide wire sizes given expected max current and wire length.
answered 9 months ago
by
Artt
answer 2
The two inputs halves the current load between the four cables which allows the use of more readily available 4-gauge cables . Connect your two 6-volt batteries in series. The two Positive cables from the inverter will go to 6 Volt battery #1 open Positive post. The two Negative cables from the inverter will go to the 6 Volt battery #2 open Negative post. Ensure all cables (4 total, 2 positive and 2 negative) are clean on both ends and are 4 gauge (less than 3 feet long). Clean the battery terminals until they are shiny lead. Do not use a set of clamps on the battery terminals, this unit must be permanently connected to the battery. Use ring terminal ends on both ends of the (four) 4 gauge battery cables (a bolt passes through the ends to secure the ends to the battery and the inverter). Secure all nuts/bolts with a wrench to ensure correct contact. Both negative cables must go back to the battery negative terminal.
Best Answer
answered 10 months ago
by
Product Support
Question

can i order the remote control switch seperate

asked 8 months ago
by
tim14peterbilt
on MotoMaster 3000W Power Outlet and Inverter
2 answers
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answer 1
Yes, please contact 1-877-619-6321.
answered 8 months ago
by
Product Support
answer 2
A remote switch is supplied with the purchase
answered 8 months ago
by
Godfrey
Question

3000 watt inverter - connecting 2 marine batteries

Does it matter whether each battery is independently connected to 1 of the 2 sets of terminals, or connecting one battery to the terminals on one side and then connecting the second battery in parallel to the first battery?
asked 9 months ago
by
PeaceAndLove
on MotoMaster 3000W Power Outlet and Inverter
2 answers
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answer 1
Connect the batteries in parallel to the 2 sets of terminals to maximize on run time.You also need a charging source to charge the batteries
answered 8 months ago
by
Godfrey
answer 2
Yes it does matter. The four cables from the back of the inverter MUST ALL be connected to battery #1. Battery #1 can then be connected to Battery #2 (Parallel) to provide longer run time, while still being 12 Volts.
Best Answer
answered 9 months ago
by
Product Support
Question

Can this product run a basement sump pump that cycles once every 2 hours?

asked 8 months ago
by
Anonymous
on MotoMaster 3000W Power Outlet and Inverter
2 answers
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answer 1
The Run Watts and Surge Watts of the sump pump are needed to answer this question. If the sump pumps Runs at less than 3,000 Watts and Surges to less than 6,000 Watts, then the inverter will power it. To find the Run and Surge Wattage of your sump pump call the manufacturer directly, give them the sump pump model number and ask for the Run and Surge Watt rating of that pump.
answered 8 months ago
by
Product Support
answer 2
I used this on my sump, and it worked if it was properly connected to a battery with 4-guage cables. Display showed about 500 watts being consumed, so that should last over an hour of constant use on a decent deep-cycle battery.

When I first tried it using only 8-guage cables, I got a LUP error and the sump wouldn't work right. So make sure to use proper cables to connect it to the battery.
Best Answer
answered 8 months ago
by
Etsu465
Question

How many hours will this run

I have a c-pap machine for sleep apnea will this run the machine at least 6 hours when fully charged?
asked 9 months ago
by
2Tinkers
on MotoMaster 3000W Power Outlet and Inverter
2 answers
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answer 1
This product has no internal battery - there is nothing to fully charge. It is a power inverter which converts DC power (from your external battery) to AC power.

This inverter has more than enough capacity to run a CPAP machine (when connected to your battery) but it is not certified for use with medical equipment.
answered 9 months ago
by
OurProductManager
 - Toronto, ON, Canada
answer 2
This inverter is not recommended to be used with medical equipment.
Best Answer
answered 9 months ago
by
Product Support
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Maximum continuous power

What is the maximum continuous power?
asked 7 years, 2 months ago
by
bstephan
 - Ottawa
on MotoMaster 3000W Power Outlet and Inverter
1 answer
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answer 1
2500 watts continuous
answered 7 years, 1 month ago
by
andrew93
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Standby power

How much does this power inverter consume in standby mode?
asked 7 years, 2 months ago
by
bstephan
 - Ottawa
on MotoMaster 3000W Power Outlet and Inverter
1 answer
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answer 1
0.6 Amps
answered 7 years, 1 month ago
by
andrew93
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Eliminator inverter

What are the exterior dimensions of the Motomaster Eliminator 1200, 1750, and 3000 watt power inverters.
asked 7 years, 1 month ago
by
vtx1800
on MotoMaster 3000W Power Outlet and Inverter
1 answer
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answer 1
11-1846: 12¼ x 22 x 9¾" & 24.6 lbs; 11-1845: 11 x 20 x 5¾" & 12.37 lbs; 11-1844: 10½ x 13½ x 5½" & 8.95 lbs
answered 7 years, 1 month ago
by
andrew93
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Inverters

Are inverters very noisy? Or are they always quiet when in use?
asked 7 years ago
by
leopet4145
on MotoMaster 3000W Power Outlet and Inverter
1 answer
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answer 1
Inverters make no noise, with small loads on them but when more load is put on them, a small internal fan will start up to cool down the inverter. this fan can be heard when it is running but i would say that it is not all that loud.
answered 7 years ago
by
veryfast
 - Truro N.S.
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how would you charge the battery on a inverter

if i hooked up an inverter to my lights appliances etc.would i hook up a solar panel or can i hook up a battery charger which is also plugged into the inverter how long does one battery lasts
asked 6 years, 11 months ago
by
bromoe
on MotoMaster 3000W Power Outlet and Inverter
1 answer
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answer 1
There is no battery in an inverter. The inverter should be hooked up between a battery or DC source and your appliances in order to convert the DC power to AC household power. The length of time that the battery will remain charged will depend on the size of battery you purchase.
answered 6 years, 9 months ago
by
andrew93
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