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Aims Power Pwrb2500 2500w Value Power Inverter on

US $215.00

Dayton, Ohio, United States

Dayton, Ohio, United States
Condition:New Brand:AIMS Manufacturer Part Number:PWRB2500

AIMS Power (PWRB2500) 2500W Value Power Inverter

The AIMS "no-frills" inverter is a straightforward, 2500 watt modified sine inverter. 
Easy to install and use, this inverter is essentially plug and play. 
Cooling fans are continually operational and the AC power is provided to two 3 prong receptacles on the front of the inverter, each rated for 1500 watts max. 
Great for recreational and back up use, this inverter will provide you the power you need when AC power is unavailable. 
If you are looking for an inverter with a few more features, be sure to check out the PWRINV250012W, which includes a thermally controlled fan, remote port, and digital meters.

2500W max continuous modified sine power
Dual ac receptacle that can be split with a separate splitter if extra outlets are needed
Convenient always on dual cooling fan operation
On/off switch
Pre-slotted mounting plate


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