Magnum MSH-M SeriesMagnum MSH-M MagnaSine Series Inverters are designed with true hybrid technology allowing it to run larger loads from smaller generators.

The following Magnum Accessories are also available for use with the MSH-M Series inverter/charger:

• ME-ARC50 (Advanced Remote Control) – automatically starts/stops your generator.

• ME-RC50 (Standard Remote Control) – easy to read LCD display panel that allows standard inverter set up, control, and troubleshooting. 

• ME-AGS-N (Automatic Generator Start Module – Network version) – automatically starts/ stops your generator. 

• ME-BMK (Battery Monitor Kit - with Shunt) – provides precise DC voltage/current measurements and information on your battery’s State of Charge (SOC) condition.


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Magnum MSH3012M 3000W 12V Pure Sine Wave Inverter magnum MSH3012M, pure sine wave inverter, magnum inverter, magnum 3000w inverter
IVM23010
Price: $2,224.00
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Magnum MSH3012M MagnaSine Hybrid 3000W 12V– Mobile inverter/chargers from Magnum Energy.Magnum MSH3012M is a "hybrid" pure sine wave inverter intended to be used for land vehicles (RVs or trucks) or marine craft such as boats and yachts.MSH3012M MagnaSine Inverter/Charger Features:120 VAC / 60 Hz output60 amp AC input and pass-thru capabilityLoad Support parallels the inverter output with incoming AC sources allowing it to run larger loads from smaller generatorsWorks with any Magnum...

Magnum MSH4024M 4500W 24V Pure Sine Wave Inverter Inverter charger, MSH4024M, pure sine wave inverter, magnum inverter, magnasine charger
IVM23015
Price: $2,320.00
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Magnum MSH4024M Pure Sine Wave Inverter is designated as a Standalone power inverter with an internal battery charger. The MSH4024M can beconnected to a utility grid (i.e., shorepower) or to a generator to allow the inverter batteries to be charged, and to power inverter loads while connected. Why is the MSH-M Series a "Hybrid"? Most inverters only use one source of energy to power the inverter loads—either from the incoming AC power (i.e., shorepower or generator) or from the batteries....