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Cheap Car Power Inverter 150w Power Supply 12v Dc To Car 220v Ac on 2040-parts.com

US $9.90
Location:

Ningbo, China

Ningbo, China
Condition:New Manufacturer Part Number:98765454578676454 Brand:Unbranded UPC:Does not apply


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The product can convert DC 12V into AC 220V, And USB output is DC 5V. Rated output power of the product is 150W, which can be widely used in all kinds of electrical equipment, such as mobile phone, TV set fanner, digital equipmnt. It is the best choice for your self-drive, field work, entertainment.
Input Voltage:12V DC 20A MAX
Output Voltage: 220V AC 50Hz
USB output: DC 5V
Power Rate: 150W
Voltage Protection: Low-voltage 10-11V over voltage 15-16V
Over-load Protection: >150W
Short-circuet Protection: YES

Specification :
Original box: No
Color: Black & Red
Item size: 119*65*41mm
Net weight: 143g

Packing Content:
1 x Car Power Inverter

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