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Dc 12v-ac 230v Car Power Inverter Charger Converter Transformer New 62fz on 2040-parts.com

US $38.91
Location:

Shen Zhen, China

Shen Zhen, China
Condition:New Country/Region of Manufacture:China Output Voltage:AC 230V 50 Hz Brand:Unbranded Output power:1500W Manufacturer Part Number:PFJ1664104344839NR Output waveform:Modified sine wave MPN:PFJ1664104344839NR Working temperature:0~40 degree centigrade Warranty:N/A EAN:Does not apply UPC:711707083820 ISBN:Does not apply Input Voltage:DC 12V

Autoweek in review: What you might have missed

Fri, 02 Dec 2011

Rally driver Ken Block spent his summer on a three-continent tour of car trickery, and his highlight video can be viewed here. The Chevrolet Volt has been in the spotlight this week because of a NHTSA investigation into battery-pack fires, but the car still topped an owner-satisfaction survey. Tokyo Motor Show press days were this week, and you can check out our complete coverage here.

Volkswagen give the VW XL1 Ducati power

Sun, 29 Sep 2013

Volkswagen give the VW XL1 Ducati power It’s more than two years since Volkswagen rolled out the VW XL1 Super Efficient Vehicle as a demonstration of how light weight and low power can make for extremely economical motoring. But the silly mpg VW quoted for the XL1 – 313mpg – comes at a fairly horrible price, with the news at Geneva this year that the XL1 is heading for limited production, but with a price tag likely to be around £100k. Bit it seems that VW has found a new use for the XL1, and this time it’s not about extreme economy but more about real performance.

Wheel maker connects with exotic clientele via social media

Mon, 16 May 2011

Reaching potential buyers of custom wheels for exotic cars takes more than buying ads in magazines. Miami-based ADV.1 Wheels is building a business fueled by a social-media approach that includes car-forum interaction, photo shoots and short films on the Internet. The company launched a Facebook fan page in late March, has received more than 59,000 “likes” and aims for 100,000--at which point ADV.1 Wheels has promised to give away a set of the company’s Trakfunction wheels.