Samlex America unveiled details on its new NTX pure sine power inverters.
The NTX line uses Hypersurge technology to support surge longer, Samlex said, allowing the inverters to start demanding loads efficiently.
“Synonymous with Samlex’s reputation for reliable power and first-class performance, the NTX Series continues to raise the bar for the power inverter market,” company President Mike Hamanishi said. “With its robust power and simplified design, the NTX series offers more diversity to our product offering, giving our customers more options to meet their power needs and budget.”
The NTX Series includes four new models, ranging from 1,000 to 3,000 watts. The line delivers performance similar to Samlex’s flagship PST Series, the company said. A simpler design in the NTX series, however, makes the inverters more affordable.
Each NTX power inverter comes with a remote to turn the inverter on and off without accessing hard-to-reach storage compartments.
The NTX Series was developed for small to mid-sized RVs. The 1,000-watt NTX-1000-12 model weighs 5.4 pounds and measures 8.5 x 11 x 3.62 inches. The 1,500-watt and 2,000-watt models weigh 7.8 and 8.6 pounds, respectively, and measure 8.5 x 13.11 x 3.62 inches.
The inverters include two GFCI protected outlets and Hypersurge technology. Samlex said the inverters can power a fridge or microwave in Class B RVs and travel trailers.
The 3,000-watt NTX-3000-12 features a 30-amp NEMA L5-30R twist-lock outlet and mating plug for full power utilization and built-in GFCI protection without hardwiring. Samlex said the NTX-3000-12 is the lightest 3,000-watt inverter of its kind, weighing 12 pounds and measuring 8.5 x 17.75 x 3.62 inches.
The NTX Series is ETL safety certified for Canada and the U.S., as well as Federal Communications Commission-certified to ensure minimal electrical interference near equipment such as TVs, radios or phones. The inverters also feature a single load-controlled variable speed fan for quiet operation.