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Wagan EL2600 Elite Pro 200W Pure Sine Inverter


(8 customer reviews)
Last updated on April 12, 2024 2:41 am Details
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  • Provides 200 watts continuous pure sine wave home AC power and 400 watts peak surge to your electronics when you’re on the road
  • 2 AC sockets and 1 USB (2.1A) power port for charging mobile electronics (2.1A is enough to charge most tablets and all smartphones)
  • Compatible electronics: medium LCD TV, laptop computer (under 100 Watt), 100 Watt light bulb, tablets, mobile phones, portable videogame systems, power tools, chargers for various devices, and much more
  • Runs sensitive electronics that require pure sine wave AC power, such as medical equipment or HDTVs plus it is backed by a 2 year warranty
  • Several safety features: low voltage alarm, low voltage shutdown, high voltage shutdown, temperature protection, cooling fan, reverse polarity protection, and a replaceable fuse

Specification: Wagan EL2600 Elite Pro 200W Pure Sine Inverter







Item Weight

‎1.5 pounds

Product Dimensions

‎7.3 x 2 x 4.1 inches

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8 reviews for Wagan EL2600 Elite Pro 200W Pure Sine Inverter

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    I got this unit to use at a remote sight to run a satellite network link. Powered by solar panels and batteries. This unit has run 24/7 for several weeks without a hiccup.

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  2. Shellej

    Read the directions first, then plugged it into my truck cigarette.lighter plug. Blew a 15 amp fuse, tried another one, same thing. Hooked it up directly to a spare 12 volt car battery, with a remote cigarette plug. The wires from the battery started getting very hot, I never did get to turn the unit on. It is obvious that this product never got tested before it left the foreign manufactures. This unit has a direct short. I will not waste my time on anther.

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  3. Aaron in GR

    I bought this unit to replace another that had a noisy fan and was not pure sine wave. I use it to power my CPAP when primitive camping. It consumes about 105W with the humidifier on. While running my CPAP overnight for about 8 hours, the unit never felt warm. I was able to use a watt hour meter to determine load which would not have functioned without a pure sine wave output. This is a great little inverter that appears to be very efficient. My deep cycle battery dropped from 13.4V to 11.9V after three nights of use.

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  4. gg34211

    I initially bought this to run my guitar amp on battery power so I could busk. It worked very well for this and provided nice, clean power without any noise, important for music applications. I later installed it in a van with power and it failed within a month of near-constant use. I speculate that perhaps the 14.4v that was being pushed into it while the batteries charged may have been the cause, or maybe it just wasn’t intended for 24/7 use. In any case, it still functions, but with some terrible buzzing noise, and it can no longer handle anywhere near 200 watts.

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  5. Andrew Agnes

    The problem I have with this thing is the fact that it cuts out and chirps while using my laptop. My laptop has a draw of 120 watts MAX, so I thought this being 200 watts I would be OK. However, just moving the mouse, opening and closing windows, causes the inverter to chirp loudly (either under voltage warning or overload warning, I do not know which) and it cuts out for a second, long enough for my laptop to indicate that it went to battery power instead of charging. I have not even tried loading this thing up and doing anything intensive, this was with basic internet browsing. I don’t see why I should need a more robust unit for such a small power draw. I have plenty of other inverters that work just fine, but I wanted pure sine wave so I got this, and was quickly disappointed.

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  6. Joseph

    I don’t like leaving negative reviews and ignored the other negative reviews. This product does not put out as much wattage as advertised. Would not power up a PS4 even when connected directly to a battery. Should have had no problem, since the PS4 only draws about 70w. It was quiet though. I purchased a Bestek inverter and it works great to power both the PS4 and a 32” LED TV.

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  7. Corpse Dog

    Tested Wagan EL2600 with load of 90W incandescent bulb and 60W to switching power supply. It worked fine with either load alone, but emitted a high screeching sound with both loads that measured 82dBA at 3 feet. Inverter was connected directly to a 55AH storage battery. At full load measured parameters were:
    DC input 11.7V @ 16.2A (189 watts)
    AC output 108V @ 1.7A, 150 watts, 180 VA, 59.9Hz
    The screeching sound stopped immediately when either load was turned off and the voltage returned to 120V. The fan running full speed had a noise level <60dBA.
    While the Wagan looks good at lower power, it doesn’t meet its 200 watt continuous power specification. I am returning to Amazon.

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  8. Steve Hunyady

    I have been running this unit solid non-stop 8 to 10 hours a day 6 days a week in a work vehicle, it is powering a 90/120 watt HP laptop in high performance power plan mode with a discrete Nvidia graphics card onboard. On the second outlet there is a 35 watt continuous UtiliQuest GPS site survey location device running fulltime also. This 200 watt inverter has not skipped a beat over the past 4 months of continuous field/work use. I have heard the fan ever so slightly only a couple of times, the unit doesn’t overheat at all and it is the smallest pure sine wave inverter I could find for my power consumption needs. I know the unit is running at peak efficiency because efficiency increases when an inverter is running at or as close to its rated capacity. I wouldn’t hesitate to buy another and this is my first experience with a Wagan product.

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