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GIANDEL is a professional Power Inverter supplier and has been a leading inverter brand in Australia.
GIANDEL pure sine wave inverters are more compatitable and widely used for inductive loads such as Laptop, Linear Adaptor, switching power supply, motor,freezers,fans and so on. They decrease the rush current and have lower interference,reduce the noise,prolong the device life.

Power (2 AC Outlets): 1200W Rated,2400W peak
Max Efficiency 90%
THD ≤3%
USB output: 1xDC 5V/2.1A(max)
Wave form: Pure sine wave
Nominal input voltage:12V(9.8-16VDC)
Nominal output voltage: 110-120VAC
Internal fuses:30A
Battery cables(6AWG):one pair with length of 2 ft.
Remote controller: remote controller with 15ft cable. More convenient to control the inverter ON/OFF
No load current:0.7A-0.9A
Fully safety protections:
Input over-voltage shutdown: 16VDC±0.5V
Input low-voltage shutdown: 9.5VDC±0.5V
Input low-voltage alarm: 9.8VDC±0.3V
Over-heat protection: 65±5℃
Over-load protection: 1300W

More details and tips:
Connect the inverter to a 12V battery with the standard cables provided with product, and plug your AC devices into the inverter
Please do not leave the power inverter in the ON position while your car is off.
Disconnect the positive battery terminal before doing any wiring to the inverter
Do not put the inverter into sunlight directly, keep it in cool and dry environment
Don’t use the inverter with a product that draws a higher wattage the inverter can provide,as this may cause damage to the inverter and product

Package List:
1x 1200W Sine Wave Power Inverter
2x Battery Cables
1xRemote Controller with 15 ft Cable
8xshockproof pads
Shockproof pads Manual

18 months by Giandel

Product Features

  • Giandel Pure Sine Wave Inverter:true rated continuous 1200Watts pure sine wave output power and 2400Watts peak power,more powerful than 1000Watt inverter ,DC 12V input,featuring 2 AC outlets and 2.1A USB port,with battery Cables
  • Widely Applications:the dual 110V 120v AC outlets Provides 1200 watts continuous power for most of appliances like fans,fridge,freezer,CPAP,Laptop,air compressor,medical device etc
  • Multi-Protections:Over voltage,Low voltage,Overload,Short circuit,Over heat,polarity reverse protection(fuse) and ,Soft start tech,Auto-restart function.THD<3%
  • With Remte Controller: Easy to control the inverter ON/OFF with a 15 feet cable. And LED display, easy to see the input voltage and output power.
  • Strong and Durable aluminum alloy housing provides advanced protection from drops and bumps. Intelligent cooling fan helps reduce heat and prevents shortages. 18-Month Warranty

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  1. Anonymous says:

    Good value for a pure sine wave 1200W inverter I bought this inverter (Model PS-1200JCR) for use in my small camper setup, where it is connected to a 12V 100AH LiFePO4 battery via a pair of 2 AWG copper cables. (Not the ones that came with the inverter, which looked barely adequate for a 1200W inverter, though maybe okay since they are short.) The inverter output voltage measured very close to 120V 60Hz AC as tested using a true RMS multimeter, which is per spec. At idle, power consumption measured about 5.6W; I turn the inverter on only…

  2. Anonymous says:

    Works Great ! So far, so good. Installed this 1200 watt inverter in the very back area of a ’07 prius, using the supplied 2′ fairly thick wires, to the prius’s 12- volt battery, which is below the trunk area. (So the inverter sits above the trunk, on the carpet in very back of the car). I also used the supplied remote switch that runs to the front, passenger seat of the car, from the inverter. And I plugged in a extension cord from one of the 2, 120 volt outlets of the inverter that also runs to the…

  3. Anonymous says:

    Yes! It can run my microwave! I enjoyed going back and forth with Giandel on this one. Initially, it looked like I may need a bigger inverter but I was constrained by space (having a Eurovan camper) and I wanted to run my small microwave with my aux batteries. I had the feeling it was the surge from the microwave that it was throwing the inverter off and causing the OL (overload) signal to be display in the inverter, despite the fact that this inverter has a soft-start (peak…

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