bing tracking image
  1. RV Inverters
  2. Go Power
  3. 1000 Watts
  4. Pure Sine Wave Inverter
  5. 12V
  6. Inverter Function Only
Go Power Industrial Pure Sine Wave Inverter - GFCI - 1,000 Watt - 12V
Go Power

Go Power Industrial Pure Sine Wave Inverter - GFCI - 1,000 Watt - 12V

Part Number: 34279948
In Stock
$415.99
Retail:$520.00
You Save: $104.01
RV Inverters
Add to cart
Go Power Pure Sine Wave Inverter - 34279948
zoom in icon
slider vertical icon
zoom out icon
Comment field cannot be left empty.
Name field cannot be left empty.

Thank you! Your comment has been submitted successfully. You should be able to view your question/comment here within a few days.

Error submitting comment. Please try again momentarily.

Product Images

Videos

Need help with installation?
Locate installers near me
1,000-Watt inverter lets you use appliances and devices wherever the road takes you. Pure sine wave technology is perfect for sensitive electronics like HDTVs and computers. Changes your RV battery's DC output into clean AC power. Great Prices for the best rv inverters from Go Power. Go Power Industrial Pure Sine Wave Inverter - GFCI - 1,000 Watt - 12V part number 34279948 can be ordered online at etrailer.com or call 1-800-940-8924 for expert service.
  • All Info
  • Reviews (138)
  • Q & A (0)
  • Photos

Go Power RV Inverters - 34279948

  • 1000 Watts
  • Pure Sine Wave Inverter
  • 12V
  • Inverter Function Only
  • Go Power
  • Industrial Duty - Medium Loads
  • Outlet

1,000-Watt inverter lets you use appliances and devices wherever the road takes you. Pure sine wave technology is perfect for sensitive electronics like HDTVs and computers. Changes your RV battery's DC output into clean AC power.


Features:

  • 1,000-Watt industrial inverter provides AC power for electronics and appliances
    • Uses DC power coming from your RVs battery bank
  • Pure sine wave technology replicates household AC power, allowing you to run devices safely
    • Perfect for sensitive electronics like HDTVs and computers
  • LED indicators show input voltage level, output load level, and fault conditions
  • Multiple connection points let you secure cables and external devices to the inverter
    • Includes 2 GFCI AC outlets, DC input terminals, and remote port
  • Built-in safety features protect your RV's electrical system
  • Fixed-mount remote (sold separately) lets you monitor and control the inverter inside your RV
  • Fuse block installation kit (sold separately) lets you safely connect the inverter to your RV battery


Specs:

  • Application: 12V battery systems
  • Rated power:
    • Running (rated) power output: 1,000 watts
    • Starting (surge) power output: 1,750 watts
  • Voltage:
    • Maximum power: 12V DC
    • Input: 10.5 - 16.5 VDC
    • Output: 100 - 120 VAC
  • Temperature ranges:
    • Operating range: -4 F to 104 F
    • Storage range: -22 F to 158 F
  • Maximum wire gauge: #4 AWG
  • Dimensions: 14-5/8" long x 7-7/8" wide x 3-1/4" tall
  • Weight: 7.19 lbs
  • 2-Year warranty


pure sine wave inverter

This 12V inverter changes DC output from your RV batteries into AC power so you can plug in tools and appliances. Using pure sine wave technology, it creates clean power with low distortion, making it safe, efficient, and perfect for sensitive electronics like computers. Plus, the inverter can generate 1,750 starting watts and 1,000 running watts which is a great fit for appliances and electronics.


Functions and Features

outlets and terminals on inverter

The inverter includes 2 GFCI outlets for AC loads, positive and negative DC input terminals that connect to your batteries, and a port for a fixed-mount remote (sold separately). It has a function switch that lets you select different output voltages (100V, 110V, 115V, and 120V) and frequencies (50Hz and 60Hz). This switch can also turn the power saver on and off. Additionally, the power saving adjustment dial near the function switch sets the input and wake up thresholds for the power saver.


The system includes a number of safety features. It offers protection from over/under voltage, overloading, and overcurrent. The inverter also uses a heat sink process to protect from extreme temperatures, and an internal cooling fan removes excess heat from the unit.


fuse block

For additional safety, installing a fuse between the battery bank and the inverter will protect your equipment from power surges. The Go Power 110-amp fuse block (sold separately) works with this unit and uses a slow blow time-delay feature to withstand surge current. This means it can handle short surges over 110 amps without blowing the fuse, which is great for devices with motors that require more energy to start.


How It Installs

The inverter mounts inside your RV in a dry location with ventilation. It should be installed in close proximity to the battery bank, but not in the same compartment. The DC terminals are wired to the battery bank.


Available Fixed-Mount Remotes Provide Easy Monitoring and Control

There are 2 fixed-mount remotes (sold separately) that let you monitor and control the inverter from inside your RV.


GP-SWR-A inverter remote

For a simple, no-frills option, the Go Power GP-SWR-A Inverter Remote lets you turn your inverter on and off from inside your RV. It also has a LED which indicates the inverter's status.


GP-ISW-R-12 inverter remote

For additional features, the Go Power GP-ISW-R-12 Inverter Remote provides LED indicators that display the voltage, output power, inverter status, power saving mode status, and fault conditions. It also has a power button that controls the inverter.




GP-ISW1000-12 Go Power! Pure Sine Wave Power Inverter - RV Ready - 1000 Watt - 12 Volt

Installation Details 34279948 Installation instructions



Customer Satisfaction Score:


Customer Reviews

Go Power Industrial Pure Sine Wave Inverter - GFCI - 1,000 Watt - 12V - 34279948

Average Customer Rating:  4.7 out of 5 stars   (138 Customer Reviews)

1,000-Watt inverter lets you use appliances and devices wherever the road takes you. Pure sine wave technology is perfect for sensitive electronics like HDTVs and computers. Changes your RV battery's DC output into clean AC power.

by:

Perfect to charge phones, computers, and other electronic items with off grid. And use my CPAP.



by:

Used this 3 time in 2 weeks (received and installed it on March 4, 2022) and it has already broken. Inserted in a plug with three prongs and the plastic cracked and pushed the outlet in. If I remove the plug I don't think I will be able to plug it back in. The outlet is no longer mounted to the case and moves in and out freely. For the price I paid for this inverter, I am not happy about the build quality. Glad I am testing this out before going out on the road trip. This review is for the Go Power 1000w 12v Industrial Pure Sine Wave Inverter. I have contacted the manufacturer and will update this review if etrailer allows editing reviews.

Etrailer Expert

Katrina B.

4/26/2022

We hate to see the product not live up to its quality. I have sent this information over to our customer service team for them to contact you.



by:

arrived timely ,however the packaging was destroyed, luckily item was undamaged and worked perfectly, which was surprising due to the damage of the packaging. a little more attention to packaging would make it perfect.



by:

Have only used for 10 hrs. It is functioning properly at this time.



by:

Perfect fit.



by:



by:



by:



by:



by:

This was a like for like replacement for 1500watt Go Power in my Lance camper, so installation was easy and it was delivered the day after I ordered it. I was surprised it arrived so quickly. I will certainly keep that in mind if I get stranded at a campground.



by:

This inverter was exactly what the customer needed for their small RV solar setup. After a few adjustments to power flow and charge setup, it works wonderfully. From a tech point of view, I like the flow-through 50A service and ease of installation.



by:

We had an unexpected failure of a well known inverter product. We were in desperate need as we were moving permanently out of state. This product was just what we needed to keep our fridge powered while on the road during our move. We appreciate the hard work and dedication to get this new product to us before we moved. Kristin did an amazing job to get us going without any hitches. Thank you!



by:

One year + later, this inverter is great! I have it connected to two battleborn lithium batteries. We can run our TV although we don’t much, our Microware, or our coffee Kirin machine - of course not all at once. The fan is a bit noisy but it only fires up when drawing heavy from the inverter. Love it and recommend it.



by:

Good advice to help decide which inverter is right for us. Really fast shipping and delivery.



by:

I originally hooked the inverter charger up to deep cycle marine lead acid (wet cell) batteries but have since upgraded to lithium batteries. What a difference in performance. I highly recommend LiTime batteries. They are 1/2 the weight and perform lead acid batteries in every way. The settings on the inverter charger needed to be changed by am very happy with it. The charger failed in just less than a year but they replaced the failed unit promptly after providing the pertinent information. Great service! Love it. It allows us with the lithium batteries to Boondock with the convenience of 120 volt appliances!



by:

I am always amazed at how well the team and eTrailer service customers. The communication from product purchase to delivery is exceptional. Price/value of products is highly appreciated as well. I always save time and money when going to eTrailer to find parts for my Lance 2445 Trailer.



by:

Works great, the unit is powering a work shed in the backyard. The Inverter is paired up with 400w of solar and two battleborn 100a batteries. The unit replaced a 3000w inverter from another company that fried twice within a year.



by:

When I installed the inverter to my camper I was unaware that the entire camper would be run through this inverter protected wit 20a breaker which would not handle the load when air conditioner was used. I have since isolated the inverter and installed a subpanel to handle the just the refrigerator and gfci outlets. We will be primitive camping next week and I can update this rating then.



by:

This product is reliable and works well to the stated 400 watts when the load is steady. I like that this unit works well with my 29.4V DC battery pack (7S). Past 250 watts, even small surges will trip the unit off. At around 250 watts(steady) my quart compressor cooler will kill AC power out when it kicks on. It appears that the 600 watt surge rating is inaccurate.



by:

I have this installed and the included remote does not work as described in the instructions. When not connected to shore power the remote shows the charger function on yet the instructions say this is not an option.

Also, I changed the power saver mode to 15 minutes from the default off. I didn’t see a change in the remote output after several hours.

Less than 10 days after I ordered this etrailer dropped the price $XXX.XX. That’s not insignificant and they wouldn’t do anything for me about it.



by:

I replaced my magnum that went out due to a wiring issue. It was easy to replace for the most part although the wire to the controll panel was 6 wire and the old one was 4. It works very well. All I lost was the self start of the old one. Very good product.



by:

Quick shipping, easy install, works gre at.



by:

Inverter failed around the one year mark with light use. 1 star for that but 3 stars overall because of GoPowers customer service who provided a replacement without trouble.



by:

The inverter works very well. The only reason I gave it 3 stars is because the front of the unit is made with cheap plastic. The screws that hold the electric outlet in the front of the unit is embedded into the plastic. The plastic broke the first time I plugged into the outlet. I was leaving in two days to go on a trip to Utah so did not send it back. I voided the warranty by opening the unit, reinforced the outlet by sandwiching the plastic front in between two pieces of aluminum and used screws to hold the outlet in place. Since doing this, everything has worked flawlessly.

I would not buy this item again due to the plastic front.



by:

Installed last year in a horse trailer with living quarters. Using with a pair of Dakota lithium batteries. Works great. Powers Microwave with ease. love the ability to pull from battery while also using generator; i can run both microwave and coffee maker together like this.

Points of note:
1) When inverter is turned on there is a quiet weird chirp occasionally. If you're a light sleeper sensitive to sounds, be prepared for a "what is that?" if it is installed in the LQ area.
2) If batteries are full and i plug in my Furman generator (Costco purchased from Costco), the generator gets tripped in to overload when float charging is enabled. Not an issue when charging batteries.


25
138
Show More Reviews

See what our Experts say about this Go Power RV Inverters

  • Recommended 1000W Inverter With 12V Input And 110V Output For 2018 Roadtrek
    We have a couple of options that have those specs. Something like the Go Power Industrial Pure Sine Wave Inverter - GFCI - 1,000 Watt - 12V, part # 34279948, is a 1000W inverter. It has a variable input, 10.5 - 16.5V, and output 100 - 120V. It has a heat sink and an internal fan to protect it from extreme temperatures. This inverter was designed to safely power any of your devices that run on AC power, even electronic items like HDTVs, computers, etc. There might be some space constraints...
    view full answer...
  • Do You Need to Disconnect an RV Inverter While a Converter Charger Charges the Batteries
    No, you do not need to disconnect an inverter like the Go Power Industrial Pure Sine Wave Inverter # 34279948 while your converter charger is charging your batteries.
    view full answer...
  • Solar Power and Inverter Options with 2021 Jayco Eagle HT Fifth Wheel
    For RV application I prefer the Go Power brand of products. If your camper is pre-wired from Jayco I believe they are using the same brand. There is typically two options available in pre-wired from the factory for "solar ready" either using a portable solar connector on the side of the RV or they have installed a Go Power cable entry plate on the roof. You will need to first determine the energy demands being placed on your batteries. If you will only be running the outdoor mini fridge...
    view full answer...
  • Is Fuse Needed to Connect Go Power Inverter to Battery
    The Installation Kit for Go Power 12V or 24V Inverters # 342GPDCKIT2 has a T-fuse that is needed because it serves as protection for the connection made between the battery and 12V Inverters # 34280175, # 34280176 and # 34279948 as well as 24V Inverter # 34279951. This fuse is needed as a way to protect the inverter from direct overcurrent protection. I have added a link to a video review of this kit as well as the aforementioned Go Power Inverters.
    view full answer...
    Image 1 for
  • What Is the Max Length Of Wire Between Battery and Inverter With Go Power 1,000 Watt Pure Sine
    The Go Power Industrial Pure Sine Wave Inverter part # 34279948 actually calls for a minimum of #4 AWG so I cannot recommend you use #8 AWG. The combined cable length between the batteries and inverter should be no more than 10' long in order to achieve maximum efficiency and to reduce fire hazards.
    view full answer...
    Image 1 for
  • Go Power Recommendations for Portable Systems
    The Go Power Solar Cable Entry Plate 34273841REVA with MC4 connections, as installed by RV builders, is generally installed on the roof. If this is the situation with yours then this will not provide a quick disconnect for you unless you use an MC4 to SAE for creating a quick disconnect. The MC4 entry plate is intended to make connections for permanent/semi permanent solar panels affixed to the roof. I suggest the Go Power Portable Solar System with Digital Solar Controller and 200...
    view full answer...
  • Battery Tender/Trickle-Charger Setup for a 6x12 Neo Trailer
    So it's going to be quite a bit. What you're going to need is to convert your trailer to a 7-way with a junction box # 38656, and then use a DC to DC charger like the Redarc In-Vehicle BCDC Battery Charger - Single Input # RED96FR to use the vehicle to charge the battery that you're adding to the trailer. You're then going to need a small inverter, like the Go Power Industrial Pure Sine Wave Inverter # 34279948, and plug the charger # 329-GENIUS10 into that to go to the bike battery.
    view full answer...
  • Replacement RV Inverter for Xantrex XM1000
    While we don't carry the Xantrex XM 1000 I was able to determine that it is basically a 1,000 watt inverter like the Go Power Industrial Pure Sine Wave Inverter part # 34279948 so this would be an excellent equal replacement.
    view full answer...
  • Will 1000W Go Power Inverter Run Everchill RV Mini Fridge
    Hey Ed, thanks for reaching out! Your 1000 Watt Go Power Inverter, like part # 34279948, will have enough power to run the Everchill RV Mini Fridge # 324-000111 just fine.
    view full answer...
  • Determining How Long A 1000 Watt Inverter Can Power 400 Watts Of Electronics
    A 50 amp hour battery is only going to power 400 watts for approximately 1.5 hours so you would need to either have a larger battery bank or a way to recharge the battery. For a larger battery bank you'd really need something around 150-200 amp hours like the # PS64FR. This is pretty expensive so probably not the route you'd want to take just to power some computers. Recharging the battery would require either a generator or solar power, with the generator being the more reliable and...
    view full answer...
  • Recommended Inverter to Power RV Fridge From Two 12V Batteries
    If your 12V batteries are wired in parallel for 12V output, the Go Power Pure Sine Wave Inverter # 34279948 that you were looking at should work great to power your RV fridge. This pure sine wave inverter provides 1,000 watts of continuous output power, more than enough for your fridge that draws 6.61 amps. Having both your batteries run in parallel will also extend its run time when powered. I have attached a short video demonstration on this inverter and the instructions manual that...
    view full answer...
  • Does the Go Power Remote Continue to Allow the Inverter to Draw Power After Turned Off
    The Remote for Go Power Pure Sine Wave Inverters part # 34266886 for the Go Power Industrial Pure Sine Wave Inverter part # 34279948 will allow you to completely shut off the inverter eliminating any power draw. If you are using a solar controller like the Go Power MPPT Solar Charge Controller part # GP54FR or something similar which is recommended the controller will draw a very minimal amount of power to show charge levels and status of the battery or batteries.
    view full answer...
  • Recommended Battery Charging Solution for 4 Snowmobiles In Trailer
    To answer your first question, not exactly; your 7 way trailer plug will have a 12v feed but it is only suitable for maintaining the trailer's battery and not actually providing a full charge. When it comes to charging the sleds, you're not going to want to directly charge them from the trailer battery and you will want to use a battery charger that is powered by the trailer battery. However there are two issues with this that will need to be taken into consideration. First, in order...
    view full answer...
  • Solor Equipment Recommendations for Jayco X23B With
    For solar panels I would start with the Go Power # 34272628 2-pack of 110 watt panels. (Total of 220 watts) In the future (or today) based on the available space on your roof you can easily daisy-chain one, two, or four more panels. I like the flexible panels as they will conform to the bowed top of your roof, and are more easily installed compared to rigid framed panels. For additional panels order the Go Power # 34272629 expansion panel. These panels will just plug into your roof top...
    view full answer...
  • Is Inverter Needed to Power AC Unit from RV Battery
    Converters like the part # PD4635V only convert AC power to 12 volt to charge battery banks. If you needed the battery to power your AC unit you'd need an inverter like the # 34279948 to convert the battery power back to AC power for the air conditioner.
    view full answer...

Do you have a question about this RV Inverter?


Info for this part was:

Employee Jeff D
Installed by:
Jeff D
Employee Jameson C
Expert Research:
Jameson C
Employee Amanda M
Edited by:
Amanda M
Employee Halie H
Written by:
Halie H
Employee Alex H
Updated by:
Alex H
Employee Noah M
Updated by:
Noah M
Employee Carrie F
Updated by:
Carrie F

At etrailer.com we provide the best information available about the products we sell. We take the quality of our information seriously so that you can get the right part the first time. Let us know if anything is missing or if you have any questions.