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2000 Watt Inverter/Charger


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The ME Series Inverter / Charger from Magnum Energy is designed specifically for rugged mobile applications.
The ME Series is powerful, easy-to-use, and best of all, cost effective. Safe and reliable. Optional ME-RC Remote Control #57253 (sold separately) monitors inverter and charger status and offers finger-tip operation, with one-knob programming.

Installs in 4 easy steps: simply connect the inverter’s output to your distribution circuits or electrical panel, connect your shore power cable (AC) to the inverter’s easy-to-reach terminal block, connect the batteries, and switch on the power.

  • Power Factor Corrected (PFC) Charger: Our PFC charger is built into all of our inverter / chargers. It uses less energy from a generator than a standard charger – using 25-30% less AC current than standard chargers.





  • Technical Specs


    Tech Specs

    Weight: 44 lbs.

    Dimensions: Measures 13.75” x 12.65” x 8.0”.

    Warranty: Buy with ease: The ME Series is backed by a 3-year limited warranty.

    Manufacturer: Magnum Energy A Div Of Sensata Technologies

    Mfg Part #: ME2012-U

    Tech Notes:

  • MFG Part # (ME2012U)
  • 1 msec surge current (amps AC): 60
  • 100 msec surge current (amps AC): 37
  • 5 sec surge power (real watts): 3700
  • 30 sec surge power (real watts): 3450
  • 5 min surge power (real watts): 3100
  • 30 min surge power (real watts): 2400



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