On Board Solutions recently released the TruePower Plus inverter which converts 12 volts of DC power to 110 volts of AC household power while passing through AC shore power with its built in 30-amp transfer switch.
“With greater demands being put on RV power systems, there was a definite need for an inverter with advanced technology,” said Reese Bischoff, RV sales manager at On Board Solutions. “The incredible response that we have received to the TruePower Plus inverters validates the amount of innovation that we put into the product.”
TruePower Plus inverters include a dual-color user interface consisting of an LCD display, AC power output, and DC input power gauges. LED indicators display power input type, and service notifications. When the system is operating normally, the entire display screen illuminates blue and green.
If there is a system error, the LCD display and gauges will turn red. In addition, the LCD display will provide a full text fault message versus confusing error codes.
“We put a tremendous amount of research and development into the TruePower Plus design,” said Bischoff. “Our top priority was to align the features with the way RVers use inverters.”
The TruePower Plus inverters are designed with two times the surge capability for demanding loads, convenient GFCI protected outlets, and a USB charging port. Shock resistant and internal conformal coated electronics help protect against harsh environments.
TruePower Plus inverters range from $299.99 to $589.99 and are available in both modified sine wave (MS) 1200, 1500 and 2000 watts, and pure sine wave (PS) models in 1,000 and 2,000-watt models.