7000 Watt Power Inverter Reviews

If you’re looking to run appliances and electronics that are power-hungry, 7000 Watt inverters are the way to go. These powerful inverters can run larger appliances like washing machines, refrigerators and freezers, and other kitchen appliances. They can even run power tools such as electric saws and hand drills.

7000 watt Power Inverters can run multiple appliances at a time, which makes them a great back-up power source (or primary power source if you are so inclined).

If you've already started researching 7000 watt power inverters you might have noticed it's not the most popular power range, as more inverters are manufactured in this power range we'll add them to our review so check back! Here we discuss a couple of 7000 watt power inverters to help you choose which one is best for you.

Summary of our Favorite 7000 Watt Power Inverters:

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What can a 7000 watt inverter run?

The right model power inverter with the correct wattage can fulfill all of your electric needs. 7000W is a fairly large power capacity, meaning even appliances with high power demand can be accommodated. Multiple appliances and electric devices can be plugged in at the same time, as long as the total electric load does not go over 7000 Watts.

Be sure to check the individual wattage rating of each item you want to plug in to ensure that the inverter does not get overloaded. The rating is most likely available on the labels of the appliances, making it more convenient to have this information at hand. When purchasing a power inverter, it is the rule of thumb to purchase slightly more capacity than needed – often 15-20% more. Therefore, a 7000W inverter can run about 5600-5950W comfortably.

A 7000W inverter will power lights, a fridge or freezer, a coffee machine, a microwave, and can even charge your phone and your laptop. It can even run a PC. As long as the combined power consumption does not exceed around 6000W, that is.

Can 7000W power inverters run big commercial appliances?

The answer to this question is yes – a 7000W inverter is capable of running commercial appliances. Commercial appliances usually require about 1500-2000W each. There are more power-hungry commercial appliances, and typically a 7000W inverter can power them as well. Most commercial appliances are at about 15~ amperes, a requirement easily met by a 7000W inverter.

How many amps does a 7000 watt inverter draw?

To calculate the amperage of an inverter, the following formula is used:

Amperes (Current) = Watt (Power) / Volts (Voltage)

Therefore a 7000W inverter’s amperage is:

7000/110V = 63.63 Amps.

Reviews of our Favorite 7000 Watt Power Inverters

AIMS Power PWRIG700024048 Industrial Grade 48Vdc to 240Vac Inverter 7000W


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Quality

This particular product rates 7000W max continuous and 14000W surge peak. It is a modified sine wave inverter, which are generally more affordable and are more often used for ‘everyday’ electronics and appliances. In terms of quality, the AIMS inverter is robust and well-constructed, with a durable exterior. The AIMS also comes with plenty of contingencies such as overheat protection, overload protection, and thermally-controlled cooling fans.

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Price

The AIMS power inverter goes for about the price that you would expect out of a 7000W inverter. It is however on the slightly more affordable side of the spectrum.

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Our Rating

Featuring an aluminum case for better cooling, a thermally-controlled fan, overload and overheat protection, and an LED bar to display percent load usage, this inverter is quite a good choice.

Although it is the cheaper option in the 7000W inverter category, the fact that this product outputs in 240V means you will need a transformer.

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    Surges to 14000W
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    Overload protection
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    Outputs 240V

WZRELB 7000W Pure Sine Wave Solar Power Inverter


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Quality

The WZRELB is a pure sine wave inverter, making it more versatile as it is compatible with pretty much any appliance or electronic. This 7000 watt power inverter produces a current quite similar to that of the actual electric grid, and are great if you are also trying to use solar power. This product also comes with overheat and overload protection, along with a fan that activates when a certain temperature is reached. Outputting 120V, this product requires no transformers to work. The WZRELB surges or peaks at 14000 watts as well.

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Price

The WZRELB inverter is a couple hundred dollars more expensive than the AIMS, but is still within the realm of what you would expect for a 7000w inverter.

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Our Rating

With overload and overheat protection and thermally activated fans, this product is just as robust as the other options on the market. The WZRELB features two US sockets for ease of use, making it a great choice if you want to just ‘plug and play’.

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    Will run pretty much anything
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    Outputs 120V
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    Overload and overheat protection

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    No visual representation of current load