CPI2575
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The CPI 2575 is a professional grade 2500 Watt power inverter. This inverter provides 2500 Watts continuous and 5000 Watts Peak household power on the go! It converts battery power to 120 V AC household power, allowing you to power up office equipment and household appliances such as TV sets, a coffee pot, a small microwave oven, a mini-fridge that draw under 2500 watts at the same time from your car, truck, RV or boat. Ideal for the cross country professional driver or RV enthusiast that needs all the conveniences of home in the cab. It also includes a USB output, ideal for using and charging most small video games, IPods, mobile phones, and many more USB power management devices. The unit also features a digital display that illustrates the vehicle's voltage and the device connected current consumption on a large LED display. Also, supports remote on/off capability.

  • 2500 Watts continuous power - 5000 Watts peak power.
  • 3 Grounded AC outlets - Powers up three or more household appliances.
  • USB port - Charge iPod®, Blackberry®, mobile phones, and many other USB devices.
  • Volt/Watt meter - Keep track of power usage.
  • Pentagon ProtectionTM- 5 levels of protection against failures: thermal shutdown, reverse polarity protection, over-voltage shutdown, low voltage shutdown and low voltage alarm.
Height
3.25"
Width
9.6"
Depth
11"
Weight
19.62 lbs.
CPI 2575 is rated 4.375 out of 5 by 8.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Compact size,takes up very little space We had the 2575 installed in our rv in December of 2014, we can run most of our appliances with it and with the help of solar panels we don't have to run our generator,except for those cloudy day's. We love having this product. The only issue we have is that we have a voltage meter in our rv that when running the inverter should read around 110 volts but it is showing 140 or higher until you turn something on.
Date published: 2015-02-07
Rated 5 out of 5 by from EXCELLENT $ Deep discarge catteries will keep my Refrigerator running for almost 4 days.. I use this on my 54 foot boat ...
Date published: 2014-08-30
Rated 5 out of 5 by from k Very good product ! I'm using a medium microwave and an electric skillet with it by my truck in the last 3 years. Never had any problems.
Date published: 2014-10-04
Rated 5 out of 5 by from AMAZING POWER this is my second unit (brother "accidentally" ran over the first. Powered my 13amp dewalt saw zaw cut down many many trees with a 14" blade. threw me around many times. also used it for an electric camp stove! also a great price
Date published: 2015-05-20
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Dependable and heavy duty I run this on my house as a automatic battery backup. 4 big Marine batteries, CPI 2575 and the charger is all controlled by a PLC with changeover relays, runs the fridge and all!
Date published: 2014-09-12
Rated 1 out of 5 by from cb niose I bought this installed per the instructions and it has so much niose in my cb i cant use my cb wow sounds like an arc welder very disapointed
Date published: 2015-01-01
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great features that really work.. I bought this 10 months ago. I'm very happy with the CPI 2575. I recommend this to everyone looking for Inverter
Date published: 2015-05-01
Rated 4 out of 5 by from It's an awesome product that I've used it run things like a flood light, my corded sawzall, & much more.
Date published: 2015-02-02
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Have a toaster oven to hook up to inverter. Inverter is 2500 watts continous/5000 watts oeak. While toaster oven burner is on, alarm sounds on inverter.

Asked by: toolman
The alarm typically indicates, the voltage coming from the batteries is below 12V. With this inverter we recommend using gauge #4 copper stranded wire, the shorter the better. Ideally under 4 feet long. Please note, large appliances that generate heat require a LOT of continuous power from the batteries, therefore, we recommend running the engine while using them. To see other frequently asked questions visit: https://www.cobra.com/support/faqs Should you have additional questions please contact our Customer Care Group at 773 889 3087. Thank you for choosing Cobra!
Answered by: Jorge
Date published: 2015-05-27

 How do I convert my inverter and 24   Volt

Asked by: Jeaux
Install wires on only one battery, thus producing 12 volts...Batteries are connected in series to produce 24 volts. If wires are installed on only one battery most furthest away, only 12 volts will be produce.
Answered by: OJ1175
Date published: 2015-04-12

My inverter has a code it says opp and does not work Please let me know what part I need to fix it thank you

Asked by: Will wrestle
Please note, power inverters are not serviceable. I recommend testing it with a different piece of equipment to make sure it has no output power. Otherwise, it will be necessary to send the inverter to the Chicago address on the label underneath the unit, include a note describing the problem with it, a copy of the proof of purchase and your contact information. To see other frequently asked questions visit: https://www.cobra.com/support/faqs Should you have additional questions, please contact our Customer Care Group at 773 889 3087. Thank you for choosing Cobra!
Answered by: Jorge
Date published: 2015-04-06

What size input fuse should be installed on the D.C. side

Asked by: itchy
Please refer to Cables and Fuse recommendations at the following link: https://www.cobra.com/support/faqs/power-inverters Should you have additional questions, please contact our Customer Care Group at 773 889 3087. Thank you for choosing Cobra!
Answered by: Jorge
Date published: 2015-03-23

Can the cpi 1575 be mounted up side down 

Asked by: JJ 1905
Yes, it can be mounted in any position as long as it has room around it for proper ventilation. To see other frequently asked questions click here: https://www.cobra.com/support/faqs Should you have additional questions, please contact our Customer Care Group at 773 889 3087. Thank you for choosing Cobra!
Answered by: Jorge
Date published: 2015-02-17

The cabra 2500 has two positive inputs and two negative do you need to run two of each to get max power?

Asked by: dondon
You can get full power from either setup. It all depends on the gauge wire you are using. You may use 2 cables of gauge #2 or bigger. Or you may choose to use 4 cables or gauge# 4 of Copper stranded wire. It is recommended to keep the cables as short as possible, ideally under 6 feet. To see other frequently asked questions click here: https://www.cobra.com/support/faqs Should you have additional questions or require warranty service, please contact our Customer Care Group at 773 889 3087. Thank you for choosing Cobra!
Answered by: Jorge
Date published: 2015-01-19

I want to mount this in a 2012 F350 6.2L gas engine, with a 150 amp alternator and a single battery. Would that handle this inverter? Also, where I want to mount it is about 10 feet from the battery. Should I run a single 2 awg, or double 2 awg cables?

Asked by: John D
Yes, we think that your installation should be good. Please note that at full load (2500 watts) the inverter will be pulling about 240 amps from the battery, so your alternator will not be able to keep up. But it is rare to have an appliance that actually pulls that much power. Your 150 amp alternator will be supplying maybe around 30 amps to the car (just a guess), which leaves roughly 120 amps in reserve. 120 amps can continuously supply a load of 1200 watts (without running down the battery). But please note this is just a rough estimate. Regarding cabling, for a 10-foot run we recommend #4 cables. Use four cables: two positive cables and two negative cables.
Answered by: BrianCobra
Date published: 2015-01-10

I would like to permanently install in my 08 Expedition. I would like to disassemble the unit and install the power outlets on the center console, while putting the internals inside underneath the console. Is this possible?

Asked by: car nut
The quick answer is that yes, it's always possible. However we cannot recommend doing that because it exposes potentially dangerous voltages and may also void the warranty. A safer solution is to install your own outlet and run an extension cord to the inverter and plug it into the inverter. You will still need to be careful to properly install and wire your outlet.
Answered by: BrianCobra
Date published: 2015-01-02
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