NDS Smart Inverter Pure Sine Wave: 12V / 1000W



£290.43 ex VAT

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NDS Smart-In Puresine inverters are built to high standard of safety, efficiency and relaibility. Both input and output are isolated helping to avoid damage to the inverter or the appliance connected if there is a power problem. The connecters are fitted directly onto the board which reduces voltage loss and help with minimise power consumption from your batteries even when left in standby. 

Recommended Fuse and holder for installation

C9733B - 150A MEGA FUSE


More Information


Manufacturer's product code:SP1000-12
Cable supplied:80cm 16mm2
Nominal operating Voltage - Volts:12
Output voltage - Volts:230
Input connection:8mm connection (Hard Wired)
Output connection:Twin UK socket
USB socket:Yes - 2.1A
Output wave form:Pure sine wave
Continuous output - Watts:1000
Peak output (for a few seconds) - Watts:3000
Efficiency - %:91
Remote control facility:Yes - C7685A
Protection:Soft start, Protection against overload and short circuit, Low battery alarm, Protection against polarity inversion and overtemperature
Priority switch function:No
Certification:e marked
Dimensions (L x W x H) - mm:262.5 x 270 x 107.5
Item in Kg:4.13
Warranty - years:2

What's in the box

  • 1 x inverter
  • spare replacement fuse
  • 1 x 16mm2 80cm positive cable
  • 1 x 16mm2 80cm negative cable
  • 1 x user manual

Customer Questions

Asked by Andrew

Hi, what fuse and holder do I need to fit with the NDS Smart Inverter Pure Sine Wave: 12V / 1000W? Is there anything else I should be considering to enable fitting? Just double checking, but I am hoping that full fitting instructions are included and cover multiple battery systems. Kind regards Andy Carmichael

Answered by Andrew Harris at RoadPro on June 23rd, 2017

We would recommend using a 150 Amp fuse Andy. You'll need a fuse holder as well. The inverter comes with cable and you should mount it as near to the battery as possible. Full instructions are supplied. I'm not sure what you mean by "multiple battery systems" If you mean several batteries connected in parallel, then there's no issue.

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