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Eastwood 2000W Pure Sine Wave Power Inverter with Remote is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 7.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Very well made! I am very happy with this Purchase. the 2000 watt Sine Wave Power inverter is super easy to hook up and is Protected against incorrect installation.. It works Flawlessly and has made Boondock Camping a breeze, Running my Appliances for a long time off of two batteries.. Saves having to use the generator so much... A big plus! The construction is very stout, with no cheap plastic, instead crafted out of Aluminum using top quality fittings too. You can't go wrong at this price
Date published: 2018-06-02
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great inverter runs strong Good inverter ran my compressor very strongly highly recommend it for tradesman. One more question tho what’s that little finger nut on the bottom right corner in the front?
Date published: 2018-05-04
Rated 5 out of 5 by from A Good Inverter at a Great Price I thought I should get an inverter to provide power for the fridge if the power goes out. I have other lower wattage inverters but they just might not be good enough. After having dealt with Eastwood in the past, I trusted that they would sell quality. I was not let down. The inverter works as expected and the price was good. In addition, being a Pure Sine Wave inverter broadens its usefulness. Nice inverter, nice price.
Date published: 2017-12-22
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Would it hurt the inverter to be connected to shore power (on the output side) when not powered on. I would like to use this in line with my generator so I could use the inverter when generator is off.

Asked by: UtahGuy
We do not recommend wiring our inverters in any manor in which power could flow backwards to the 120v side. We only designed and tested them for stand alone usage.
Answered by: Scott C
Date published: 2018-08-03

There are three 120v outlets.  Can all 2000 watts be distributed out of one outlet?

Asked by: Maverick
If you only plug one item in you can use the full 2000 watts.
Answered by: Scott C
Date published: 2018-08-01

How long can this inverter surge at 4000 watts? Any idea? Thanks.

Asked by: PG804
These are only rated to go into surge watts for a fraction of a second. Only long enough for the unit, such as an electric motor, to start up.
Answered by: Scott C
Date published: 2018-07-30

Can these be stacked to provide more than 2000 watts?

Asked by: Spiritmanse
Unfortunately we do not have any way to stack our inverters to produce more wattage.
Answered by: Scott C
Date published: 2018-07-24


Asked by: DR D
If each speaker is truly pulling 1000 watts then you would max the machine out with just two speakers and you would not be able to also run the laptop. Those 1000w may be of speaker power and not what the amp which powers them draws.
Answered by: Scott C
Date published: 2018-07-16

will this unit run a 1hp sprinkler pump?

Asked by: bigjim290
This unit will deliver up to 2000 Watts. Since we do not know the wattage draw of your sprinkler pump we cannot say. If the pump doesn't have a wattage draw spec simply multiply Voltage by amperage to find how many watts the pump will use.
Answered by: Scott C
Date published: 2018-07-16

I would like to wire the AC output of this inverter in parallel with 120v shore power. Do I need a switch to isolate the inverter when using shore power, or can I simply turn the inverter off?

Asked by: Kyle
We have no specs on changing this unit from its original design of built in outlets.
Answered by: Bob G
Date published: 2018-07-12

Hi, could the 2000 W. model be adequate for a mono induction heating stove rated at 1300 watts.

Asked by: Pierre
As long as your Stove only pulls 1300 watts you will be fine.
Answered by: Bob G
Date published: 2018-07-10
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Eastwood 2000W Pure Sine Wave Power Inverter with Remote

Eastwood 2000W Pure Sine Wave Power Inverter with Remote

Item #31465 Brand: Eastwood

2000W Pure Sine Inverter w/Remote
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The Eastwood 2000W Automotive Power Inverter is a heavy-duty professional grade piece of equipment designed to bring 120 volt power to any automobile or truck. Features a true sine wave output that is capable of efficiently running a wide variety of devices.

  • 2000W Continuous Power
  • 4000W Peak Power
  • Pure sine wave
  • High Frequency Inverter
  • 3 120v AC Outlet
  • 1 USB Plug 5v DC 2.1Amps
  • ETL Listed

Perfect for camping, the job site, and everywhere in between.This unit must be wired into the electrical system. Not for use in 24v electrical systems.

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About Eastwood 2000W Pure Sine Wave Power Inverter with Remote

Pure Sine Wave Verses Modified Sine Wave

All power inverters convert DC power (which is power stored in batteries) to AC power, which is the power supplied by the electric company and fed to your home. Electronic devices need AC power to operate, but power inverters generally output power in two forms, modified sine wave vs. pure sine wave.

  • • Pure sine is a direct replica of the power in your house, and it’s what all 110 Volt electronic devices are made to run on (i.e. anything with a 2 or 3 prong plug).

  • • The more sensitive the device, the less likely it will work well on a Modified Sine. For example induction plates for cooking won’t run on Modified sine.

  • • Newer devices such as camera batteries, air purifiers, computers, tablets, LED TV’s, power tools, etc. may be damaged over time when used on a modified sine wave.

  • • Pure sine is more efficient. The best example is with boiling 1 cup of water in a microwave: on a pure sine it takes 1 minute, on a modified sine it takes 2. Using less energy means you can use more devices, or save money by installing less solar or batteries.

  • • The biggest benefit is not having to replace sensitive gadgets on a semi-regular basis: Laptop Battery $140; Laptop Charger $80; Milk Frother $100; AA Rechargeable Batts $15

Pure sine wave power flows in even, arching waves, whereas modified sine wave power flows to your devices in chunky, square waves. The square waves are giving power to your device “all or nothing,” so to speak. Your device will run properly, or not. The power is coming through in a less seamless fashion. Gaining power that is flowing in modified sine waves does not come through as clean and efficient—it doesn’t flow to the device as “pure.” The devices will get the power they need to operate, but when it comes to devices like fans, TV’s, radios and lights, they will tend to buzz, as they are running a bit “hotter,” due to the way power flows to them.


One 2000W Inverter


Continuous Power: 2000w
Surge Power: 4000w
Input Voltage Range: 9.5-16v DC
Output Voltage: 120v
Output Frequency: 60Hz
Output Wave Form: Pure Sine Wave (THD<3%)
Efficiency: 90%
USB Output: 5v DC Max 2.1A
Input Over-Voltage Shutdown: 16v DC ± 0.5v
Input Under-Voltage Shutdown: 9.5v DC ± 0.5v
Input Under-Voltage Alarm: 9.8v DC ± 0.3v
Over-Temperature Protection: 65°C ± 5°C
Overload Protection: 2250w ± 250w
Overload Backup Fuse: Yes
No-Load Power Draw: 8.4W
Dimension (L x W x H): 435 x 236 x 95mm
Weight: 5.15Kg
Working Temperature: 0°C - 40°C
Storage Temperature: -10°C - 45°C
Intelligent Cooling: Cooling fan will not run until case temperature reaches approx. 40°C
Recommended Minimum Cable Size @ 10’: 00 AWG


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Always read instructions before using this product and wear proper safety equipment during use.


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