The Inverter has a number of shutdown points, for the safety of the operator, the Inverter, and the devices being used with it.
• If the DC input voltage drops too low, the alarm on the Inverter will sound. If the input voltage drops further, the Inverter will shut down automatically to prevent permanent battery damage. Recharge the battery as soon as possible.
• If the DC input voltage exceeds 16 VDC, the Inverter will shut down automatically.
• If the output load power rises higher than the rating power of the Inverter, the Inverter may shut down automatically.
• The Inverter may automatically shut down if its internal temperature gets too high.
Note: even though this Inverter has built-in mechanisms to minimize damage, these situations should be avoided because they can still damage the Inverter or battery.