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Old 09-23-2017, 01:23 PM   #1
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XANTEX PRO XM1000 Status lite is Orange

When on Battery Power, my Xantrex Status Color is Orange? Not Red, Yellow or Green? Anyone know if this is an issue? Any help or insights out there?

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Old 09-25-2017, 07:33 AM   #2
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Think you may have to call Xantrex on that one. I can find nothing about an orange light for that series of inverter.

Is it actively inverting when the light is orange, or is it just passing shore power through? If inverting, could it be that the battery voltage is getting low and the light color has changed somewhat? The visual difference between orange and yellow is small and somewhat dependent on the individual's eye.


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Old 10-17-2017, 05:32 PM   #3
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I have been reading up on that same inverter today. I have the same one and turned it on today for the first time. When I turn it on it says the input voltage is 12.3, but the input current and output voltage are both 000 and none of the appliances work. When I checked the manual, I found the orange status light just tells you it is operating on inverter power, not shore or generator power. If the inverter is on and you have either shore power or generator power, the status light should turn green. So, unless you are hooked up to shore or generator power, you probably are operation normal. Now, if I could just figure out why I do not have input current or output voltage, we could both be happy. :-)
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