Samlex 3000 Watt PST Series Inverter. A 12V 3000 Watt Inverter to integrate Solar Panels and Lithium Batteries


Power a range of device with the Samlex 3000 12V Inverter including air conditioners, microwaves, hot water heaters and small power tools. Power appliances and tools commonly used around the home, at trade sites, camping, RV and as power backup. This high efficiency DC-AC inverter converts 12 Volts DC to 3000 Watts of pure sine-wave AC power at 120 Volts, 60 Hz. Features include overload protection, low battery alarm / shut down, low idle power draw of less than 1 Amp. AC power is available from a NEMA-20R GFCI duplex outlet on the front panel, the unit is also hard wire capable. Safety certified to UL and CSA standards, FCC Compliant.

Remote Control, Cabling is Sold Separately Contact Jack Abrams at 905 299 7841 if interested in a Solar Kit with this inverter. Ideally paired with 12V 280Ah Dakota Lithium Battery.

Link to Samlex DC 3500 10 foot cable and 400 Amp Fuse Assembly Kit

3000 Watt Inverter Use Cases:

  1. Off-grid RV or tiny home solar systems
  2. Home or business backup power
  3. Off-grid electricity for a mobile business or office
  4. Utilizing camping equipment off-grid
  5. Offsetting your energy use on-grid with small solar panel kits

Here’s a quick breakdown of some popular appliances by watt usage:

  • Refrigerator: 350 – 780 watts
  • Microwave: 1500 – 2000 watts
  • Coffee machine: 800 – 1200 watts
  • Fluorescent light bulb: 25 watts
  • Incandescent light bulb: 100 watts
  • Cell phone: 50 watts
  • Laptop: 25 -150 watts
  • Ceiling fan: 75 – 120 watts
  • Hairdryer: 900 – 1600 watts
  • Laser printer: 850 – 1300 watts
  • Toaster oven: 1500 watts
  • Vacuum: 1225 – 1500 watts


The PST Series Inverters by SAMLEX produce clean and reliable AC Power identical to household electricity, ideal for powering sensitive devices like TV’s, stereos and home office equipment. PST’s commercial grade design is also suitable for heavy duty loads, long periods of continuous operation, and for emergency back-up.


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