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Peak Pkcomo8 Mobile Power Outlet And Inverter, 800 Watt on

US $78.33

Brooklyn, New York, United States

Brooklyn, New York, United States
Condition:New Manufacturer Part Number:PKCOMO8 Title:Peak PKCOMO8 Mobile Power Outlet and Inverter, 800 Watt Model:PKCOMO8 UPC:074804044485 Brand:Peak


  • 800 watts
  • Converts DC battery power to AC power
  • Two 110/120V AC outlets
  • Battery connection cables
  • Power on/off switch with a fault and power LED indicators
  • Short circuit protection
  • High / low voltage protection
  • Low battery shut down

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