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Wagan Smartac 100 Usb Inverter With Fm Transmitter Power Inverter on

US $29.99

Rockport, Indiana, United States

Rockport, Indiana, United States
Condition:New Brand:Wagan Tech Input Voltage:10-15V DC Manufacturer Part Number:2413-6 Output Voltage:110 +_ 5V AC RMS Type:Modified Sine Wave Inverter Features:Low Voltage Input Protection, Over Battery Voltage Protection, Short Circuit Protection Model:2413-6 UPC:084367241368

  • Converts 12V DC to AC
  • Runs and charges 120V electronics in your vehicle
  • Plugs into any 12V cigarette lighter socket
  • Built-in USB Port
  • Built-in full channel FM Transmitter
  • LED Digital FM channel display
  • 3.5mm audio input jack
  • Auto-reset short-circuit protection
  • Built-in safety features
  • Low battery shutdown
  • Overload Protection
  • Adjustable head
  • Slim and Portable

Continuous Use

(24hrs rated)                     100Watts

Peak Surge                       240Watts

AC Output Voltage            110 +_ 5V AC RMS

AC Output Frequency       60Hz +_ 2Hz

AC Output Waveform        Modified Sine Wave

Operating Temperature     77 degree F

DC Input Voltage              10 - 15V DC

Optimum Efficiency          90%

Battery Drain

with no AC Load               0.15 amps DC

Low battery Shutdown     10V +_ 0.3V DC

Thermal Protection

Cooling Fan                      Yes

AC Receptacles              Single

USB Receptacles           Single

Net Weight                      900g

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