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Projecta 600W Pure Sine Wave Inverter $335.95 (Was $580 - Special Order) @ Bunnings

  • Approved output socket AS/NZ approved 240V sockets. Inverter designed to Australian standard AS4763
  • Thermostatically controlled cooling fan Cools inverter to allow it to work harder for longer
  • LED display provides information on battery voltage, power usage and load capacity

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  • Been looking for an inverter lately, don't know a whole lot about them. Can someone tell me why this 600W would be $50 more than this 1500W one?

    • The brand and quality. Projecta is a known, quality brand. Kings gear has very mixed reviews and mixed after sales service. Personally, I’d avoid Kings.

    • Probably just for the brand. The Kings one will be a rebadged generic unit (may well be fine though)

    • If the Kings is truely a pure sine wave inverter (seen plenty badged this way, but aren't), then it's a heaps better deal. Sub 600w limits you to a laptop/ tv at best. 1500w gives you coffee machines etc. However…

      It doesnt say what the max start up / vs nominal loads are in the specs (first red flag). I'm guessing it's likely a 1500w max for about 1 second, then 600w continuous max for the remainder. Ie. The two inverters are the same.

      • Note - 1500w will require 125+ amp cable, likely direct from the battery. Don't think you will just be able to plug it in to a cigarette plug.
  • Look at things like efficiency and standby power usage. I just clicked your link and that one has a 2ah standby draw. Sounds like a lot to me.

    • At least the Kings specifies the standby draw…..

      The PROJECTA inverter is just cheap crap anyway so just get what you need.

  • Looked up what the usage of a pure sine inverter was, clearly I don’t understand, but from the little I read, it didn’t seem to have a huge benefit or am I just ignorant?