Freedom SW 2000

2000 Watts - 120 Vac / 60 Hz

Pure Power. True Value.

The Freedom SW Series Inverter/Chargers feature premium sine wave performance, hard-to-match pricing, and a trusted brand in one package. The base 2000-watt model packs a powerful 100A charger and is available with an optional GFCI.

View the feature rich 3000-watt version of the Freedom SW Series.

The Freedom SW 2000 inverter/charger features pure sine wave output and power factor corrected multi-stage charging to meet power needs of today’s sensitive and sophisticated electronics. It provides 2000 watts of continuous sine wave power to operate commonly used AC-powered electronics such as plasma television sets, microwaves, entertainment systems, computers, printers, power tools, mini refrigerator and much more.

  • Designed for a variety of mobile applications such as commercial, emergency and recreational vehicles, marine vessels, construction and military equipment
Product Features
  • Pure sine wave output to operate sensitive electronics
  • Built-in transfer switch automatically transfers between inverter power and incoming AC power
  • Power factor corrected multi-stage charger for fast, efficient charging
  • Temperature compensated charging for all climate conditions
  • Wide operating temperature range: 32°F to 122°F (0°C to 50°C)
  • Ignition lockout prevents unnecessary battery drain when the alternator is not providing power*
  • Adjustable low-voltage disconnect
  • Conformal coated circuit boards for humid environments
  • On/off remote control panel with 25’ cable included (Part# 808-9002)
  • Easy to install and easy to use
  • Optional GFCI (part# 808-9003)
  • Meets CSA, UL458 (with marine supplement), ABYC and FCC Part 15, Class B requirements

*when used with On/Off Remote Switch

Protection Features
  • Battery over-voltage and under-voltage protection
  • Over-temperature shutdown
  • Automatic overload protection
  • Short-circuit protection
  • Ground-fault protection on units with GFCI option
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