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Sigineer Power 12KW 120/240v Inverter, UL-Listed?
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Wow, first time I've seen that type of transformer in a UPS/Inverter. Usually you find IE transformers, and rarely Toroidal. It's clean! Tongue
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(11-06-2017, 07:46 PM)12ax7 Wrote:

The wiring looks a tad bigger on these pictures VS the video in the first post of this thread.

Also, this inverter looks a lot like the inverter I was viewing on Amazon today: https://www.amazon.com/Inverter-Frequenc...B00UYAQRJE
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I'm waiting pulling the trigger on this unit. Just wish I could find a real world review of it.
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After seeing this recent discussion on these inverters, I noticed that Sigineer Power's descriptions are almost exactly the same as those on Aims' website. 

This looks like quite a deal - 8kW split phase, 48 VDC, with a lithium charge controller. The manual claims it's MPPT.

Update: It has an integrated AC charger, not solar.
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After following the Sigineer Power Inverter They are not the same as the AIMS Or or GTPOWER, SUNGOLDPOWER these are YIY Manufacture as the Singineer is the only one that has the capabilities for Tesla and LifEPo4 adjustable Input battery voltage with the option to change frequency also.. This makes the Sigineer unlike the others.. and around the same price and a bit cheaper Ive seen.. There is a company I am working with and test another model with the lithium battery parameters i ask to put in their parameters and will test it here this coming year.. but this Model of Inverter with the Big Transformer Stands out and is really robust and there are more and more Videos with people using them.. Both Singineer and Aims seem to be able to run the whole house and test the time.. look up utube for jack using the Sigineer and a prototype Power Safe 100 he built with tesla batteries and the Singineer Inverter tied in with the grid tie he has and it works by changing the frequency and going between the two systems EVTV is the name of the Co. He also sells the inverter at a good price..
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(01-11-2019, 01:18 PM)shawnj72 Wrote: After following the Sigineer Power Inverter They are not the same as the AIMS Or or GTPOWER, SUNGOLDPOWER these are YIY Manufacture as the Singineer is the only one that has the capabilities for Tesla and LifEPo4 adjustable Input battery voltage with the option to change frequency also.. This makes the Sigineer unlike the others.. and around the same price and a bit cheaper Ive seen.. There is a company I am working with and test another model with the lithium battery parameters i ask to put in their parameters and will test it here this coming year.. but this Model of Inverter with the Big Transformer Stands out and is really robust and there are more and more Videos with people using them.. Both Singineer and Aims seem to be able to run the whole house and test the time.. look up utube for jack using the Sigineer and a prototype Power Safe 100 he built with tesla batteries and the Singineer Inverter tied in with the grid tie he has and it works by changing the frequency and going between the two systems EVTV is the name of the Co. He also sells the inverter at a good price..

Sigineer Power Inverter, DO NOT buy, DO NOT buy, DO NOT BUY! Pay for the US brand even though it is 300.00 more. My Sigineer Power Inverter 4000 Watt Inverter Charger 12 Volt to 120/240Vac Split Phase Pure Sine Wave died after I plugged in their (Sigineer) remote panel display. Sigineer was willing to ship what they thought were their failed parts if I paid postage; and once I were to receive their new parts, I would have to hire someone to dis assemble the inverter, and solder the new parts on. Did I say DO NOT buy from this Sigineer? Very nice people, but their warranty is bogus, their product is a disappointment, and waste of my hard earned dollars.
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