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Motomaster Eliminator 75w Compact Mobile Power Inverter 12v Dc To 120v Ac on

US $9.99

Los Gatos, California, United States

Los Gatos, California, United States
Condition:Seller refurbished Brand:MotoMaster Manufacturer Part Number:11-1839-4

excellent condition

provides a maximum 75W of power. Converts 12V DC battery power to 120V AC household electrical power so you can operate products from your car, truck, boat, SUV or RV Solid state control circuits provide a maximum 75W of power, 150W of surge capacity and 60W continuous power. Auto shutdown protects against overload, short-circuit, over temperature and low and high battery condition
Perfect for cell phones, digital cameras, handheld gaming, portable DVD players, stereo systems and laptop computers on the go!

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