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I am happy to report that II have two GS 6k Inverts up and running.  A few more adjustments, then they will be hooked up to the Main breaker, and be ready for prime time.  Will have Pictures and Videos p soon.

 

I am preping the cableing and will be putting them on a 6k test before I allow on my house panel.  Mainly to make sure my battery bank will be able to keep cool when under half load. since I will rarely have it maxed out for any length of time.  

 

First is Master, Second is Slave readings.  The Slave will need to be calabrated which is next on the list.

 

 

Genetry Solar GS-6000-24-110
Inverter Stats
Battery Voltage
27.3v
27.4v
Inverter Amps
0.00A
3.88A
Charge Amps
0A
0A
Output Volts
120.5v
120.6v
Output Amps
0A
0.8A
Output Watts
4W
95W
AC Input
120v
111v

Fan 1
26%
0%
Fan 2
26%
0%
TH1
89.7°F
TH2 MOS
86.3°F
87.1°F
TH3 TR
110.3°F
Transformer
102.3°F
90.4°F
MOSFET
92.7°F
91.5°F
Ambient
66.7°F
79.8°F
Hourmeter
53 hours
7 hours
KWh
6.2kWH
0.1kWH
Firmware
1.1r2
1.1r2
Mode
Charger
Inverter
 

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  • 2 months later...

To be fair, I think I got my two split phase 8000W PJ units for...$350? Maybe $400 each? I mean, if they do 2000W continuous on a single leg that's easily worth it to me...

Its easy to forget how insanely capable the GS inverters are... my jaw hit the floor when the load test videos dropped.

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I just wish Power Jack would stop saying 8000W as if it is a wattage when in reality it is just a model number and the unit could never do 8000 watts even with 1-5 seconds of surge.  I realize you have the potential of a sucker born every minute but people are easily confused into thinking 8000w means 8000 watts when I then have to explain to them that they will be lucky to pull 2500-3000 watts continuous out of the unit with maybe a 4500-6000 watt surge depending on how it was built in the factory that day.

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