Enerdrive ePOWER 2600W 12V Pure Sine Wave Inverter with RCD & AC Transfer Switch

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Product Description

The Enerdrive ePOWER 2600W 12V Pure Sine Wave state of the art, easy to use inverter will offer you reliable service for providing AC power for your home, boat, 4WD, truck or Caravan.

The ePOWER 2600W Enerdrive Inverter incorporates a 16A AC Transfer Switch which allows for seamless AC power transfer between Mains/Generator and Inverter. This helps to keep your appliances running with almost no break time on AC transfer and allows for a much simpler installation on-board. This Enerdrive inverter is built to operate basic equipment such as power tools, computers, microwave ovens, televisions and other appliances that use up to 2000W of power for operation.


  • Seamless 16A AC Internal Transfer Switch
  • AC RCD/Safety Switch with test button
  • Removable LED Remote Control Display Panel
  • Regulated Pure Sine Wave Output
  • Silent Operation
  • Compact Size for Easy Installation
  • USB Port for charging USB devices
  • PS6 Mode
  • AC Transfer Cable
  • 5 Year warranty
New PS Mode
ePOWER Enerdrive Inverters with AC Transfer Switch now include the new PS6 mode.
AC Transfer Cable Now Included as Standard
Now included with all AC Transfer Switch. Inverters is a 4 metre AC lead with molded Male/Female IEC Plugs fitted. This allows the installer to cut the lead and hardwire the IEC plugs directly. This will speed up installation time and eliminate any connection issues within the plug.



Brand Enerdrive

GTIN 9342616000335

Warranty Period: 5 Years

Product Category Power Inverters

Model EN1126X

Wattage (W) 2600

Under Voltage Alarm 11.0 / 12.1 VDC

Output wave form True Sinewave

Input Voltage 10.5 – 15.5 VDC

Humidity 5-90% noncondensing

Product Dimensions (mm) LxWxH 230 x 560 x 115 mm

Over Voltage Shutdown 15.5 VDC

USB Socket Output 5V, 750 mA

No Load Battery Draw < 1.5 ADC

AC Output 2600W, 11.3A

Operating temperature range 0°C to 40°C

Net Weight (kg) 7

Under Voltage Shutdown Recovery 12.0 / 12.6 VDC

Operating Altitude Up to 3000 meters above sea level

Storage Range (temp) -20°C to 60°C

Output Voltage and Frequency 230 Vac / 50 Hz

Note For further specifications and performance details, please download the PRODUCT BROCHURE under our Product Details tab.

Under Voltage Alarm Recovery 11.3 / 12.3 VDC

Under Voltage Shutdown 10.5 / 11.8 VDC


Enerdrive Inverters (Transfer Models) - Part 1 - Application


Enerdrive Inverters (Transfer Models) - Part 2 - Specifications


Enerdrive Inverters (Transfer Models) - Part 3 - How to Install


Enerdrive Inverters (Transfer Models) - Part 4 - How to Program Settings


Enerdrive Inverters (Transfer Models) - Part 5 - How to Operate


Enerdrive Inverters (Transfer Models) - Part 6 - Fault Finding


Customer Reviews

Great Product Review by
Unit was easy to install and works perfectly.
(Posted on 23 February 2021)
Just what we were after Review by
Great energy reserves runs out kettle toaster etc love it!!!
(Posted on 14 January 2021)
Great product that does everything it says it will Review by
Ive hardwired this inverter into my caravan. It comes with everything you need to do so, its of a high quality and its easy to use. It does everything it says it will do. With appropriate battery reserves, we can now run our air conditioner, toaster, kettle and induction cooktop using the inverter!
(Posted on 30 July 2019)
Great product perfect for the touring rig to make Review by
Great product exactly what I needed and works well
(Posted on 13 November 2018)

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Product Q&A

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  • Can I run an inverter from AGM or Gel batteries?

    The short answer is yes. People have been running 240V inverters from AGM batteries long before lithium was around. But people have traditionally used a lot lower AC current devices when caravan and camping than they do today.

    Inverters were never intended to run air conditioners, microwaves , coffee machines and the like.....that is until lithium came into the RV market.

    For low current devices (under 600W) it is fine to connect an inverter to your AGM battery system. AGM batteries can put out low current for a long period of time. When you need to go near 1000W or more , then you should consider a lithium battery.

    You can connect an inverter to AGM batteries but you need a lot larger size batteries than lithium (to cope with the high current).

    A general rule of thumb for AGM or GEL batteries is a 1000W inverter should be coupled with 2 x 120A batteries and a 2000W inverter will need 3 x 120Ah batteries.

    Conversely, some 100Ah lithium batteries (Enerdrive, Invicta) can power a 1000W inverter and some 200Ah lithium batteries (Enerdrive) will power a 2000W inverter.

  • 1.. How far from the batteries does it need to be installed?2.. Can I have more photographs of the unit from different angles please?

    HI There,

    It is not recommended to install the inverter any further than 1.5m away from the battery.

    You can find more photos here: https://enerdrive.com.au/product/epower-2600w-12v-true-sine-wave-inverter-with-ac-transfer-safety-switch/

  • What is the new PS Mode?

    Hi there,

    The PS6 (new default setting) allows the Inverter to remain OFF when connected to Mains Power but still allow Mains power to pass through to Circuits/Power points on the Output side of the Inverter. At any time the inverter can be turned ON or OFF via the Power Button.

    The reason for the New PS Mode:

    In the past, units would be set to PS1 mode (default) which would automatically turn the Inverter ON when AC was introduced to the Input and while plugged in, it could not be turned OFF. If the user was unaware that Mains power was unplugged or a power outage or just forgot about it when they unplugged the system, then the Inverter would stay on putting unnecessary load on the battery.

    Program PS6, AC Transfer Switch is active with the inverter switched ON or OFF.

    If the inverter is switched off, with AC input present, the inverter will pass the AC through to the inverter output side. If the AC input is removed, the inverter will stay in the off position.

    If the inverter is switched on, with AC input present, the inverter will pass the AC through to the inverter output side. If the AC input is removed, the inverter will stay in the on position supplying the inverter output side from the battery input.

  • In the Enerdrive product manual it recommends cable size of 120mm2 but the recommended optional wiring kit is only 95mm2. Why is this?

    Hi There,

    We reached out to Enerdrive regarding this as thery manufacture both the inverter, and the recommeneded cable kit.

    They have advised that the spec in the manual will be updated soon.

    The 95mm2 is ok for the 2600W inverter


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