24v To 12v Power Converter Truck Car Inverter on 2040-parts.com
Chelmsford, United Kingdom
Brand New in Packet
24v to 12v Power Transformer
Input: 24v D.C (DC 30V MAX)
Output: 12v D.C
Load Current: 5A
Max Power Output 60 Watt
Dimensions: 90 x 130 x 70mm
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