I'm looking to replace a 3000W modified sine wave inverter on a houseboat and I'd like to replace that old Xantrex unit with an equivalent pure sine wave unit. Looking at the spec sheet for the Multiplus 3000 (12 V) unit, it looks like true wattage output capabilities of this unit is only 2400W. Am I reading this incorrectly perhaps? Looking at some of the other inverters on the market, it seems like they all list 3000W continuous output in their spec sheets (no mention of VA ratings). Just wondering if this is a case where Victron is being more upfront about including the power factor multiplier in their wattage output spec or if the Victron unit is really just a 2400 W unit.