Find or Sell any Parts for Your Vehicle in USA

Maypole Mp57050 500w Watt Power Inverter Dc 12v To Ac 220v on 2040-parts.com

US $
Location:

Didcot, Oxfordshire, United Kingdom

Didcot, Oxfordshire, United Kingdom
Condition:New Brand:Maypole Number of Outlets:1 Type:Modified Sine Wave Inverter Continuous Output Power:500w Manufacturer Part Number:MP57050 Peak Output Power:1000w

MAYPOLE POWER INVERTER 500W 12V/230V

500W Power Inverter
500W continuous, 1000W peak power (start up)
Connects directly to vehicle battery
12v DC to 230v AC
High performance cooling fan
Low battery voltage alarm
Over voltage protection
Output: modified sine wave
Output frequency 50-60hz
Aluminium casing
Display boxed for retail sale

This item will be sent FREE via Royal Mail 1st Class Service

All of our products will be sent within one working day from receiving payment
Orders place before 2pm will be sent the same working day

Simply split charge have the largest range of split charge systems you will find anywhere
Please have a look at our shop for all our other products and advise

 Thank you for looking at this item and if you can not find what you are looking for then please contact us 

Power Inverters for Sale

BMW X5 (2010 / 2011) Revealed

Sat, 06 Feb 2010

The BMW X5 2010 / 2011 Facelift Update: We now have high-res pictures and UK details and prices for the 2010/2011 BMW X5. I know, to us in the UK – and Europe for that matter – this is the 2010 BMW X5. But for readers on the other side of the Pond this is the 2011 BMW X5 as it won’t start hitting the roads until later this year.

Lotus Evora GTC ready to race

Fri, 11 May 2012

Lotus released the details of its Evora GTC race car on Friday, which just found its first customer in McMahon Raceworks with Condor Motorsport. The team will enter the car in the Grand-Am Rolex Sports Car Series. The engine and the transmission of the GT4 Enduro version are carried over.

Suzuki delays U.S. launch of the Swift

Mon, 30 Aug 2010

Suzuki has delayed the relaunch of its Swift small car in the United States until next year while it works on a global product strategy with Volkswagen AG and ponders the growing strength of the yen against the dollar. The rise of Japan's currency already has forced Suzuki to slash its overall U.S. marketing budget.