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IC Series Inverter/Charger: GROUNDING ON BOATS

If you are installing the IC Series Inverter/Charger on a boat there are some specific guidelines/standards to follow. The Inverter/Charger must be installed adhering to the standards of the ABYC (American Boat and Yacht Council). Some guidelines are outlined below but these notes do not replace the full guidelines de…

IC Series Inverter/Charger: WARNING LABELS

When an Inverter/Charger is installed in a building the National Electrical Code (NEC) requires a label or plaque to be provided. This label/plaque is required to be easily visible and to inform users of the location of all electrical system disconnects. Buildings with stand-alone power systems (solar, generator) and …

IC Series Inverter/Charger: FACTORY DEFAULT VALUES

The IC Series Inverter/Charger uses default values for the following adjustable settings: ![][1] These settings are only adjustable with the GP-ICR-50 remote, which can be purchased separately from Go Power!. For detailed information on these settings please refer to the remote control manual. The remote also displa…

IC Series Inverter/Charger: GFCI (GROUND FAULT CIRCUIT INTERRUPTION) OUTLETS

Compliance with UL standards requires that Go Power! test and recommend specific GFCIs for use on the AC output of the IC Series. GFCIs shall be installed in the AC output wiring system to proceed all branch circuits. A GFCI is a device that de-energizes a circuit when a current exceeds a specified value that is less…

IC Series Inverter/Charger: UNIT DIMENSIONS

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IC Series Inverter/Charger: AC WIRING

The AC cables link the Inverter/Charger to the main panel and the sub panel. These cables handle the incoming alternating current (AC) utility or generator power, which can be passed through the Inverter/Charger to directly power the main appliances (pass-through mode) and/or used to charge the batteries (charging mod…

IC Series Inverter/Charger: MOUNTING THE DRIP SHIELD

The IC Series Inverter/Charger is Marine UL listed. In order to properly mount the Inverter/Charger in a marine application, you must use a drip shield. Please follow the installation instructions below. **WALL MOUNT** ![][1] 1. Use the screws to mount the drip shield on the wall. ![][2] 2. Use the screws to moun…

IC Series Inverter/Charger: PREPARING THE DC CABLES

Go Power! supplies 2 ring lugs with the IC Series, which can be used for the Inverter/Charger end of the DC Cables. Source the correct ring terminals for the batteries you are using. * Cut the negative and positive cables to the required length. * Strip off enough insulation so you can install the ring lugs provi…

IC Series Inverter/Charger: MOUNTING THE INVERTER/CHARGER

Before connecting any wires to the Inverter/Charger the unit must be mounted securely in a location which meets the requirements detailed in section 3.2. The GP-IC-2000 weighs: 39 lbs (17.6kg). The GP-IC-3000 weighs: 52lbs (23.6kg). Take the necessary precautions required whilst lifting, moving and installing the uni…

IC Series Inverter Charger: DC CABLE CONNECTIONS

When installing the battery cable ring lug onto the Inverter/Charger DC terminal and the battery post, do not put anything between the ring lug and the metal surface. Incorrectly installed hardware causes a high resistance connection which could lead to poor Inverter/Charger performance and may melt the cable and term…

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