How to Hardwire a (PIC-6000) 6000 watt 12 volt dc to 120 volt ac Power Inverter

How can I connect 6000 Watt Power Inverter-Charger to fuse box? So when energy returns this inverter goes off? Also what kind of batteries does it need?

To connect a 6000 watt 12 volt dc to 120 volt ac to your fuse box or into your utility power you will need to hardwire the inverter into two 25 amp or greater breakers. As you can see on the front panel of the (PIC-6000) 6000 watt 12 volt dc to 120 volt ac has a hardwire input with five connections. These five connections are one ground, two neutrals, and two live lines. Basically you need to connect one live line and one neutral line to one 25 amp breaker and one live line and one neutral line to another 25 amp breaker. The ground connection can be grounded to any grounding post in the box. The power inverter includes a five wire hardwire cable for this setup, with five different colors to make the wiring a breeze.

Once the DC to AC Power Inverter is properly wired into your panel the AC outlets on the inverter will begin outputting 120 volt current. The battery charger will also monitor the battery levels and make sure they remain charged to full capacity until power is lost. Once power is lost the inverter will which to battery power, the inverters ac outlets will continue to output 120 volt AC current as long as battery power is available. When utility power returns the power inverters transfer switch will transfer back to home current and the battery charger will begin charging again.

As for which type of batteries you will require we would need to know a little more the frequency of your power loses and the types of devices you would like to operate. Usually a standard 12 volt battery 100 amp/hours, you can usually run the full 6000 watt for about 25 min if the battery is fully charged.

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