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Progressive Dynamics 2000 Watt Inverter w/ Transfer Switch

Progressive Dynamics 2000 Watt Inverter w/ Transfer Switch

Item # PD64FR
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2,000-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. Great Prices for the best rv inverters from Progressive Dynamics. Progressive Dynamics 2000 Watt Inverter w/ Transfer Switch part number PD64FR can be ordered online at etrailer.com or call 1-800-940-8924 for expert service.
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Progressive Dynamics RV Inverters - PD64FR

  • 2000 Watts
  • Pure Sine Wave Inverter
  • 12V
  • Inverter/Transfer Switch Functions
  • Progressive Dynamics
  • Power Center
  • Industrial Duty - Large Loads

2,000-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.


Features:

  • 2,000-Watt inverter provides AC power for electronics and appliances inside your RV
  • Pure sine wave technology replicates household AC power, allowing you to run devises safely
    • Perfect for sensitive electronics like HDTVs and computers
  • Integrated transfer switch automatically changes from inverter to shore power when you hook up at the campground
  • Fixed-mount remote lets you control and monitor the inverter
  • Multiple connection points let you secure cables and external devices to the inverter
    • Includes AC input and output terminals, DC input terminals, and remote port
  • Built-in features protect your RV's electrical system
  • UL listed
  • Made in the USA


Specs:

  • Application: 12 volt battery systems
  • Rated power:
    • Running (rated) power output: 2,000 watts
    • Starting (surge) power output: 4,000 watts
  • Voltage:
    • Input: 12 VDC
    • Output: 120 VAC
  • Transfer switch power: 20 amps
  • Cable length: 50'
  • Dimensions: 15" long x 7-7/8" wide x 4" deep
  • Weight: 11 lbs
  • 2-Year limited warranty


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This 12V inverter, with built-in transfer switch, changes DC output from your RV batteries into AC power and sends it to the electrical system. Using pure sine wave technology, it creates clean power with low distortion, making it safe, efficient, and perfect for sensitive electronics like computers. The inverter can generate 4,000 starting watts and 2,000 running watts which is a great fit for appliances and electronics. Additionally, with the integrated transfer switch, it will automatically change from inverter to shore power when available.


Functions and Features

To connect your AC loads, the inverter includes hardwired input and output terminals. It also has positive and negative DC terminals that connect to your batteries. Lastly, there is a port for the included fixed-mount remote. The system includes a number of safety features. It has a reverse polarity protection that will protect the converter if the battery is hooked up incorrectly. Additionally, the unit includes protection for overvoltage, undervoltage, and overloading which can damage your equipment, as well as the converter. The built-in cooling fan also removes excess heat from the unit. The fan speed is proportional to the internal temperature on the converter, so when the power demand is low, the fan will operate quietly. For additional safety, installing a 200-amp fuse (sold separately) between the battery bank and the inverter will protect your equipment from power surges.


Built-In Transfer Switch Automatically Switches to Shore Power

The integrated transfer switch selects the primary source of 120V AC current. This switch has been pre-wired to automatically change from inverter to shore power to conserve battery life. It includes a 20-amp leg rated at 135V. Additionally, since the switch only accepts one active source, it protects your electrical system from dangerous backfeed that can damage your equipment.


Fixed-Mount Remote Provides Easy Monitoring and Control

inverter remote

The fixed-mount remote lets you monitor and control the inverter from inside your RV. It includes a digital display that shows voltage, output power, error codes, and a low battery indicator. It also has a power button to turn the inverter on and off.


How It Installs

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


inverter terminals

The DC terminals are wired to the battery bank.


There are several ways to connect the inverter to your RV's electrical system, but this will depend on your rig and how you want to use your inverter. If your RV's distribution panel only has one leg, a subpanel will be needed for installation. You will also need a 100-amp circuit breaker between the inverter and battery positive post. Two 20-amp circuit breakers will be needed to channel AC power from the main panel into the inverter and then out into the subpanel.




PD1620A Progressive Dynamics Intelli-Power 1600 Pure Sine Wave Series Inverter - 12 Volts - 2000 Watts

Replaces PD1620

Installation Details PD64FR Installation instructions



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Progressive Dynamics 2000 Watt Inverter w/ Transfer Switch - PD64FR

Average Customer Rating:  4.8 out of 5 stars   (1252 Customer Reviews)

2,000-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.

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etrailer should take some lessons from Amazon. When multiple products are sent to a distributor in a large box or pallet, the individual items should then be shipped for an order in a secure package. etrailer simply slapped a label on the manufacturer’s flimsy carton and tossed it to USPS who succeeded it breaking the single stran of tape around the box. When I received the package, the box was totally opened on one end and the inverter mounting tab was bent. Not the delivery I would expect for a $600+ item.

Etrailer Expert

Rebecca N.

7/13/2023

I am sorry that the box took such a beating before it was delivered to you. I will have our Customer Service team reach out to you as soon as possible.



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This has made huge difference when dry camping with our rv. I added solar panels and three 100 amp hr batteries along with this inverter. Coffee, microwave, and yes the wife's blow dryer works flawlessly. No need to put my boots on and go start the generator.
I don't have the AC wired to operate off the inverter, nor would it work.
All positive feed back from me.
What I know now;
1) It can't be mounted near flammable fuel tanks.
2) You must use correct size wire with proper connections.
3) Mount the unit as close as possible to the batteries because the battery cable (200 amps) are more expensive than the line voltage wire (15 amps).
4) The remote panel comes with a long cord to mount inside anywhere.



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Excellent products, prices and customer service! My Progressive Dynamics Inverter works great!!!



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Works as advertised. Got the 2000W so we could use our microwave.



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Easy install and performs as expected.



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Works great! Well made!



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This inverter works great on our airstream. It runs everything flawlessly (not a/c) in our rig. Instapot, coffee maker, connection/microwave oven, TV's,etc. Handles surge well. Automatic transfer switch is a great feature. Highly recommend.



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I am in process of installing this on my personal RV, but I'm impressed by the specification and functionality. The transfer switch on the inverter makes this extremely simple to incorporate into the electrical system and makes the operation even easier. There is huge value having less components to deal with, and when adding items like this to an RV, space can be limited. So, this helps to keep a smaller equipment footprint.



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Direct replacement of Progressive Dynamics 1000 watt model installed in Class C from the factory. Should greatly improve useability and will go along nicely with the self installed upgrade of LiFePo batteries to replace flooded undersized cells from the factory



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Does not have a fancy case which I did not need, fits nicely in the small space I have, also has a transfer switch, 2,000 watts is a good size, seems to be of good quality..



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This is the second one I have bought, I now have one in my Race Trailer and one in my 5th wheel love them both! Will buy again if I ever need one. I do recommend staying to the install instructions for the distance from the batteries and cable size.



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Just what needed. The item number was different from progressive dynamics but arrived in progressive box with the exact model number I needed. Just wish the inventory number matched also. I figured a PD item number might be exact but it wasn't.



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I will have this installed on 8/16, perhaps they will need to make an adjustment for the BENT AREA! Hopefully this inverter hasn't been dropped on the ground and will work. I'll be in touch.



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The perfect inverter for my camper it has a built in transfer switch made for an easy installation as my camper is invverter ready



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Easy to install and excellent customer service and very knowledgeable



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great price and heavy duty without the pretty and expensive packaging that go power offers.



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Looks great haven’t tried it yet working on it next week but need to box it better as ups doesn’t care to much as box was Tore up has the box was delivered the edges were bent from Bouncing around



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Great fast shipping!



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