The AllSpark Pro Series 3000W Pure Sine Wave Inverter is a premium grade inverter for powering your sensitive 230V appliances, with 3000W of continuous output power and a 6000W startup surge, allowing for the safe simultaneous running of multiple high power appliances. 



  • Slimline anodized aluminium housing
  • Dual digital display
  • Remote switching panel
  • Dual 3 pin Australian sockets
  • Intelligent brushless cooling fans and >95% efficiency
  • Extensive protection systems 
  • Very low no load draw
  • Optional Plug & Play Pop-up Power Outlet

  • Owned & run by an Aussie Family
  • Manufactured for Australian conditions




This 3000 Watt Pro-Series Pure Sine Wave Inverter provides a genuine 3000 Watts of continuous power and has a massive 6000 Watt startup peak/surge power. This allows for the running and startup of multiple high power appliances to be run simultaneously.

The unit comes with a remote switching panel, with a 5m cable to allow you to flush mount this control panel in any panel 3mm to 20mm thick. This means you can place your inverter out of sight (under a bed, in a cupboard, under a seat), and still easily turn the unit on and off when power is required. Comes with a protective box on rear of panel and mounting screws.  The switch panel also provides AC and DC voltages and displays any fault codes.

The slimline anodized aluminium housing (corrosion resistant) holds twin intelligent high flow brushless fans and voltage/current/temperature protections. They also have an extremely low no load draw of only 0.4A idle power consumption when powered up and with no load which ensures minimal battery consumption when the inverter is not in use.  It has a high conversion efficiency as well due to the integrated heat syncs keeping things really cool so you can be sure that your inverter won't run your batteries down if left on and will use your stored power efficiently with minimal power loss.

There are extensive protection systems for high and low voltage, over current, high temperature, short circuit and reverse polarity protections to prevent damage to the unit in case of incorrect use.

A 3000W pure sine wave inverter may sound to be a complex piece of off road equipment.  However, the task it performs is relatively straightforward and it can make life much easier when living or travelling off-road.  It allows you to use any device you will plug in at home but is powered by your batteries instead.

With dual digital displays showing battery voltage & AC voltage, as well as dual Australian sockets, this AllSpark inverter is a smart and user friendly design.

Custom cabling and circuit protection (fuses or circuit breakers) can also be provided upon request. Ask us about our AllSpark Circuit Breakers in 175 or 200 amp sizes and master isolation switches.

NB. Installation will require a fuse or circuit breaker between battery - see FAQ below, contact us for advice/options.

AllSpark Pure Sine Wave Inverters are manufactured to our high specifications. They come in five models 12v - 1000 Watt, 12v - 2000 Watt, 12v 2500 Watt Pro-Series and in and 24v  we have our 3000w Pro-series (this listing) or 24v - 4000 Watt . All are designed to safely power your sensitive electrical equipment.

What's in the box?

1 x AllSpark 3000 Watt Pure Sine Wave Inverter
1 x set of red/black screw terminals and flat washers for cable connection
1 x remote switching panel with mounting screws
1 x set of spare internal fuses


Brand AllSpark
Shipping Weight 5.6500kg
Shipping Width 0.520m
Shipping Height 0.145m
Shipping Length 0.270m
Shipping Cubic 0.020358000m3
MODEL ALLSPARK 24V 3000W Pro-Series Inverter
Input Voltage 24V
Input Voltage Range 19.2 - 30V
Idle Current 0.4A
Efficiency >90%
Input Connector Red and Black DC Input Terminals (M6)
Output Voltage 230V Australian Standard
Continuous Power 3000W
Surge Power 6000W
Output Frequency 50/60Hz
Output Receptacle 2 x Australian Standard 10A AC Sockets
Terminal Block Connections Not Applicable
DC Under Voltage Protection 20 +/- 0.5VDC
DC Over Voltage Protection 30 +/- 0.5VDC
Overload CPU Controlled Auto Shut Down
DC Reverse Polarity Protection Fuse Protection
Short Circuit CPU Controlled Auto Shut Down
Over Heat CPU Controlled Auto Shut Down
Audible Alarm Input DC under/Over Voltage, Fault, Over Current, Over Temp.
Cooling Twin Intelligently Controlled Brushless Cooling Fans
Indicator LED Power Status Indicator Green (or Blue) LED Glow If Device Is Working Correctly, Red LED Glow If There Is A Fault Or Device Has Entered Into Protection Mode
LCD Panel Displays DC Input & AC Output Voltages Along With Error Codes
Remote Switch Panel LED On/Off Indicator + On/Off Switch
Case High-Quality Anodized Aluminium (Black)
Dimensions (mm) 425L x 220W x 110H
Weight (kg) 5.4 Incl. Remote


What size cabling and circuit protection do I need?

We recommend using 2B&S cable (32mm²) with a 175amp circuit breaker/fuse for our AllSpark 3000 Watt Pure Sine Wave Inverter. 


What will it run?
Our AllSpark 3000 Watt Pure Sine Wave Inverter will run continuously at 3000 watts unlike some cheap brands that claim they can, but struggle to provide half that output.

Any 240v devices that you can plug in at home will run on this Inverter.

• Coffee machine - generally around 1300-1600w
• Microwave - 800 - 1800w
• Kettle - 1800 to 2400w
• Toaster - 800w to as high as 2400w
• Laptops - most run between 60w and 180w
• Hair Dryer - 900-1800w
• Air conditioner - caravan AC's are generally around 1400-1700w
• Any other 240v devices - Anything you need that's under 2500w - drones, cameras, computers, IT equipment, cordless tool chargers etc.  


Will this run my microwave?

YES - The AllSpark 3000W Pure Sine Wave Inverter will run at 3000W continuous output until the battery goes flat (with a 6000w as a startup wattage).

Microwaves have 2 key numbers to take into account - the watts of cooking power, eg. many caravan microwaves are 800W, and the total input power, which is the total power that the microwave consumes from your battery.

Whilst it may have 800W of cooking power, it still uses more power to spin the turn table, run the control panel, internal light and fan etc, which makes up the rest of the power consumption. So before sizing an inverter, you need to check the input power (not the cooking watts) which is more likely 1200w for a 800w cooking power model.

For many microwaves there is 30-50% more to get to the input power above the cooking power. You may need to check your manual or online for the full specifications of your microwave.  


What do i need for installation?

We recommend installing one of our AllSpark 175-200 Amp manual reset circuit breakers between the inverter and battery connections and a master battery isolation switch

Don't know how to hook it up? Need sizing advice or custom cabling? Drop us a line and Jas can help tailor a solution to suit your needs.

A minimum of 0 B&S cable (with a preferred maximum cable length of 1.5m to ensure voltage drop is kept within acceptable limits - longer cables must increase the gauge of cable to overcome voltage drop) should be used along with the installation of a 200A manual reset circuit breaker or mega fuse. 

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