Magnum Energy Pure Sine Wave DC Inverter And Charger 2000 Watts 12 Volts

Product description

Besides off-grid systems, the MS2012 inverter is very popular for RV’s and marine use. Pure sine wave and a built in 100 amp battery charger makes it ideal for new installations, or replacement or upgrade for older modified sine wave inverters. In RV’s this will replace both the inverter and the converter. The built in battery charger will run from standard AC and nearly all generators of 2000 watts or more.

Pure sine wave power for your stereo, plasma screens, and other sensitive electronics. The MS Series is designed for both mobile and off-grid applications. Competitively priced, the MS-Series is available in 2000, 2800 and 4000 watt models.

Install the MS Series in four easy steps: simply connect the inverter’s output to your AC distribution circuits or electrical panel, connect your shore power cable (AC) to the inverter’s easy-to-reach terminal block, connect the batteries, and switch on the power. The MS-G series inverters come with a built-in Ground Fault Circuit Interupeter (GFCI) outlet.

The MS Series is ETL listed to the stringent requirements of UL/cUL 458 for mobile use and UL 1741 for off grid installations.


  • 3 year warranty
  • 5 year warranty if installed on an MP or MMP panel


Magnum Energy

Magnum Energy is a leading manufacturer of advanced power conversion equipment and energy management systems for solar and renewable energy applications. The company's product line includes solar inverters, chargers, and battery monitoring systems that are designed to maximize solar energy production and minimize waste, ensuring that customers get the most out of their solar energy systems. With a focus on innovation and quality, Magnum Energy's solar products are built to withstand harsh environments and deliver exceptional performance in a range of solar applications. Whether for residential or commercial use, Magnum Energy's solar solutions provide a reliable and efficient source of solar power for all off-grid and renewable energy needs.