300W / 600W Pure Sine Wave Inverter 24V DC to 240v AC Camping Boat

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This model is used in a wide range of application including remote homes, RVs, sailboats and powerboats.

It will operate most televisions and VCR, personal computers, small appliances and tools such as drills, sanders, grinders, mixers and blenders.To get the most out of the power inverter, it must be installed and used properly. Please read the instructions in this manual before installing and using this model.



Technical Data 



























































































































 Model NO.



FP-S-300



OUTPUT



AC voltage



240V



Continuous power



300W



Surge power



600W



Waveform



Pure sine wave 


Frequency 50±3%
AC regulation ±5%
Receptacles 2 pcs for type2, 1pcs for type 3 4 5 6
LED indicator Green LED for power on; red LED for power fail ure status

INPUT



DC current



20A(24V)



No load current draw



0.3A(24V)



DC voltage



24V


Voltage range 21-32VDC(24V)
Efficiency(Typ) >87%
DC connector Cable*1pc  
Fuse 1pc 3pcs  
PROTECTION
BAT. lowalarm 22±1v(24v)
BAT. lomshutdown 21±1v(24v)
Over voltage 32±1v(24v)
Over temperature   55±5°C
Short circuipro tection   Shut-off
BAT. Polarity   Fuse burn out
Over load   Re-start 2 times, shut down in failed
ENVIRONMENT
Working humidity   20%--90% rh non-condensing
Storagetemp.humidity   -30--+70°C/--22F, 10—95%rh
Temp. coefficient   ±0.05%°C(0-55°C)


 



Quick hook - up and testing



If you would like to quickly hook-up the power inverter and check its performance before going ahead with your installation, please follow these guidelines:

1. Unpack and inspect the power inverter, check to see that the power switch is in the OFF position.

2. Connect the cables to the power input terminals on the rear panel of power inverter. The red terminal is positive (+) and black terminal is negative (-). Connect the cables into the terminals and tighten the wing nut to clamp the wires securely.

3. Connect the cable from the negative terminal of the inverter to the negative terminal of the power source. Make a secure connection.

Loosely tightened connectors result in excessive drop and may cause overheated wires and melted insulation.

4. Before proceed further, carefully check that cable you have just connected connects from the negative terminal of inverter to the negative output terminal of the power source.

Reverse polarity connection will blow a fuse in inverter and may permanently damage the inverter. Damage caused by reverse polarity connection is not covered by our warranty.

5. Connect the cable from the positive terminal of inverter to the positive terminal of the power source. Make secure connection.

You may observe a spark when you make this connection since current may flow to charge capacitors in the power inverter. Do not make this connection in the presence of flammable fumes, explosions or fire may result.

6. Set the power switch to the ON position. Check the meters and indicators on the front panel of the inverter.

If does not, check your power source and the connections to inverter. The other indicators should be off.

7. Set power inverter switch to the OFF position, the indicator lights may blink. Plug the test load into the AC receptacle on the front panel of the inverter. Please keep switch in off position.

8. Set power inverter switch to the ON position, the inverter should supply power to the load.

Installation

1. Where to install

The power inverter should be installed in a location that meets the following requirements:

a. Dry - Do not allow water to drip or splash on the inverter.

b. Cool - Ambient air temperature should be between 0℃ and 40℃, the cooler the better.

c. Ventilated - Allow at least one inch of clearance around the inverter for airflow. Ensure the ventilation openings on the rear and bottom of the unit are not obstructed.

d. Safe - Do not install the inverter in the same compartment as batteries or in any compartment capable of storing flammable liquids such as gasoline.

2. Cables

DC to AC inverters require high amperage/low voltage DC power to low amperage/high voltage AC power. To operate properly connect inverter DC input terminals direct to battery with heaviest wire available see chart below:










































Max    Watts Out



Approx.    Amps



Teq'dWire    Gauge



100W



10A



#18



150W



15A



#14



200W



20A



#12



300W



30A



#10



400W



40A



#8



600W



54A



#6    or 2×#10




3. Grounding

The power inverter has a lug on the rear panel chassis ground. This is to connect the chassis of the power inverter to the ground. The ground terminals in the AC outlets on the front panel of the inverter are also connected to the ground lug.The chassis ground lug must be connected to a grounding point, which will vary

depending on where the power inverter is installed. In a vehicle, connect the chassis ground to the chassis of the vehicle.

In a boat, connect to the boat's grounding systems. In a fixed location, connect the chassis ground lug to earth.

The neutral (common) conductor of the power inverter AC output circuit is connected to the chassis ground. Therefore, when the chassis is connected to ground, the neutral conductor will also be grounded .This conforms to national electrical code requirements that separately derived AC sources (such as inverters and generators) have their neutral tied to ground in the same way that the neutral conductor from the utility line is tied to ground at AC breaker panel.

The negative DC input of the power inverter is connected to the capacitance, then to the ground a positive ground DC system.

A positive ground DC system has the positive terminal of the battery connected to the chassis of the vehicle or to the grounding point.

Warning!

Do not operate the power inverter without connecting it to ground. Electrical shock hazard may result.

Operation

To operate the power inverter, turn it on using the ON/OFF switch on the front panel. The power inverter is now ready to deliver AC power to your loads. If you are operating several loads from the power inverter, turn them on separately after the inverter has been turned on. This will ensure that the power inverter does not have to deliver the starting currents for all the loads at once.

Controls and indicators

The ON/OFF switch turns the control circuit in the power inverter on and off. It does not disconnect power from the power inverter.

Operating limits

1.Overload / Auto re-start

The inverter would operate most AC loads within its power rating. If the load is over the specification, HT-S-300 will auto re-start 5 times, if not success, the inverter will shut down automatically.























































































































































2.Overtemp



Troubleshooting



The buzz will be noisy if the    temperature is



Television    interference :



too high, then the inverter    will be shut down



Operation    of the power inverter can



automatically. Please re-set it    after the



interfere    with television reception on



inverter got cooling.



some    channels. If this situation occurs,



Note1:  The speed of fan operation will



the    following steps may help to



change 5-stage to follow the    inverter



alleviate    the problem.



internal temperature.



-Make    sure that the chassis ground



 



lug on    the back of the power inverter is



 



solidly    connected to the ground system



3.Input voltage



of your    vehicle, boat or home.



The power inverter will operate    from input



-Do not    operate high power loads with



voltage range 20V - 30V (24V)



the    power inverter while watching



.    If the voltage drops too low(※1) or



television.



raise    too high(※2),the inverter will shut



-Make    sure that the antenna feeding



down automatically. Before shut    down, buzz



your    television provides an adequate



noise will warn you.



(snow    free) signal and that you are



 



using    good quality cable between the



 



antenna    and the television.



※1:<10.3V(12V    spec) or <20.6V(24V spec)



-Move    the television as far away from



 



the    power inverter as possible.



※2:<15V(12V    spec) or <30V(24V spec)



-Keep    the cables between the battery



 



and the    power inverter as short as



 



possible    and twist them together with



4.Frequency Switchable



about 2    to 3 twists per foot. This



Adjust 50/60 HZ through the    switchable



minimizes    radiated interference from



button.Buzz noise will remind    you:



the    cables.



buzz1-50HZ



 



buzz2-60HZ



Maintenance



 



Very    little maintenance is required to



 



keep    your inverter operating properly.



Please turn on the inverter    again when



You    should clean the exterior of the



you change frequency.



unit    periodically with a damp cloth to



 



prevent    accumulation of dust and dirt.



 



At the    same time, tighten the screws



 



on the    DC input terminals.




Troubleshooting  guide





































































































































Problem

possible cause



solution



HIGH    BATT



Battery    voltage too high



Check    for fault with



SHUTDOWN



 



battery    charging system.



 



 



Manually    reset inverter



 



 



by    turning switch to "on"



 



 



again.



LOW    BATT



Battery    voltage too low



Charge    battery. Manually



BUZZ,



 



reset    inverter by turning



SHUTDOWN



 



switch    to "on" again.



 



 



 



OVERLOAD



Battery    current too high,



Reduce    load on the



SHUTDOWN



probable    AC overload



inverter.



 



 



 



OVERTEMP



System    over-temperature



Improve    ventilation and



BUZZ,



 



cooling    and / or reduce



SHUTDOWN



 



load on    the inverter.



SYSTEM



Overload    or system



Ensure    all loads and



SHUTDOWN



hardware    fault



disconnected.    Try to



 



 



reset    the unit by



 



 



switching    to "on" if unit



 



 



still    does not operate,



 



 



contact    your distributor/



 



 



merchant/    retailer for



 



 



service/    warranty



 



 



replacement.