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The Inverter Store now offers low frequency pure sine inverter chargers from AIMS Power. This product line offers features currently not available on comparable Magnum Magnasine, Xantrex Trace, and Tripp Lite PowerVerter APS inverters. One of these features will be the ability to engage a battery priority switch, which allows the unit to prioritize the battery bank as the primary power source instead of AC power, one of the weaknesses of traditional inverter charger units. On a daily basis from customer around the world we receive request for high quality pure sine inverter chargers. Currently, there are only a few companies producing high quality low frequency inverter charger units. Some of the names that are popular today would be Magnum, Xantrex and Tripp Lite. Magnum makes a line called the MS Series Pure Sine Wave Inverter/Charger, the MS stands for Magnasine. Xantrex produces a line called Trace Freedom. Both of these units come in various sizes and are low frequency pure sine units. Lastly, Tripp Lite produces a low frequency inverter called the PowerVerter APS and APS X-series. AIMS Power decided to launch a new line of low frequency inverter chargers that are available in 12, 24, and 48 volts. The AIMS Power units are very flexible and built tough to provide a long service life. The AIMS Power low frequency product line will be offered with and without a mppt solar charge controller in wattages ranging from 1500 watts to 6000 watts. One of the most interesting products is the new AIMS Power 2000 watt low frequency inverter charger. We have compared the new AIMS Power unit side by side with Magnum 2012, Xantrex 2012, Tripp Lite APS2012SW models. The chart below outlines the facts of why the AIMS Power unit is clearly more capable and is available at a lower price. These unit will be great replacement for the Heart Interface/Xantrex Freedom Mobile Inverters for RV's and Boats and the Xantrex DR, SW, SW Plus Inverter Series. The AIMS Power PICO units are a great DR inverter replacement.