Vancouver’s Xantrex Technology says its new Freedom SW series of pure sine-wave inverter/chargers brings utility-grade onboard power to commercial vehicles as well as the RV and marine markets.

Available in 2000- and 3000-watt models, both OEM and aftermarket, they’re said to provide clean and quiet household AC power for the operation of devices ranging from power tools to small appliances.

The base model Freedom SW 2000 (retail US$1300) is available with a GFCI option for direct plug-in of electronics and appliances, while the Freedom SW 3000 (retail US$1700) is equipped with dual AC input/output with configuration for customized applications and is compatible with optional accessories including an automatic generator start and remote system control panel.

Operating within a wide temperature range, the manufacturer says both units feature high surge rating complemented by temperature-compensated, power-factor corrected, multi-stage charging. In addition, both meet UL 458 with marine supplement, CSA, FCC Class B and ABYC requirements.

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