True sine wave output inverter, you can expect exceptional performance and years of dependable operation. The true sine wave AC output from the inverter ensures all AC loads operating from the unit perform efficiently and correctly. Since these loads were designed to operate from true sine wave voltage, you can expect these loads to operate the same as if operating from grid/utility supplied power. In some cases, the true sine wave output from the Xantrex inverter is even superior to the power supplied by your utility company.
To get the most out of your Prosine Inverter, carefully read and follow the instructions in this guide. Pay special attention to the Important Safety Instructions and to the CAUTION and WARNING statements found throughout the manual and on the product. Please retain all packaging.
Should you have any questions before, during, or after installation, please contact Xantrex. For AC Hardwire Versions:
If your unit is equipped with an AC hardwire terminal strip, (with or without transfer relay) then the following AC wiring instructions are important for you to read through. When hardwire configured, the inverter manages all AC power and therefore must be wired in between any utility connection and distribution panel. As a starting point for the wiring instructions, here is a brief summary of the wiring sequence for hardwire configured inverters. Please thoroughly read the remainder of the wiring instructions (section 2.4.2) which details each wiring step and follows the Input and Output Protection section: Making AC Wiring Connections
Again, this section applies to those models configured with an AC hardwire terminal strip. As mentioned previously, your AC wiring must be sized to match the current rating of the AC breakers you provide on the input and output AC circuits in accordance with the electrical codes or regulations applicable to your installation. Table 1 is based on the U.S. National Electrical Code (1999), the Canadian Electrical Code (1998), and European wiring practices (for 230V models). There may be other codes and regulations applicable to your installation.