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Draper 12v Dc 230v 1000w Ac Inverter Dra – 23245 Ex Demo on

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Telford, United Kingdom

Telford, United Kingdom
This inverter is an ex demonstrator item and has been used as a result there are some cosmetic scratches underneath the item also during testing of the inverter it was found that the USB socket was not working.
Brand:Draper RMS Power:100W Type:Modified Sine Wave Inverter Input Voltage:12V Manufacturer Part Number:23245 Features:On/Off Switch, Over Battery Voltage Protection, Overheating Protection, Reverse Polarity Protection




This inverter is an ex demonstrator item and has been used as a result there are some cosmetic scratches underneath the item also during testing of the inverter it was found that the USB socket was not working.

the cables are also not included with the item.

Full specification of the inverter.
1000W DC-AC Inverter
Converts 12V DC to 230V AC and has r
everse polarity protection. Designed to be hard wired into 12V supply.
Fitted with a USB port for charging mobile phones and MP3 players etc. (PLEASE SEE ABOVE)
1000W continuous power (2000W peak power)
Ideal for use in caravans, boats, HGVs etc. for appliances that use mains voltage.
Two standard three pin plug sockets, on/off switch with LED power indicator, cooling fan and overload shutdown/alarm. Base fi
xing facility for permanent use. Display packed.
Input voltage...12V DC
Output wattage...1000W continuous power
Max wattage...2000W (peak power)
Output voltage...230V AC
Wave form...modified sine wave


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