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Performance Parts 200w Digital Power Inverter Dc To Ac Current on 2040-parts.com

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Paramount, California, United States

Paramount, California, United States
Condition:New Brand:Performance Parts Input Voltage:12V Manufacturer Part Number:GM7660 Output Voltage:120V Model:GM7660 Features:High Voltage Input Protection, Over Battery Voltage Protection, Overheating Protection, Short Circuit Protection UPC:700305676602

Performance Parts GM7660
  • 200 Watts digital power inverter
  • Converts 12V DC battery power to 120V AC household electrical power so you can operate household or electronic devices from your car, truck, boat, SUV or RV
  • Provides a maximum 200W of power and 400W of surge capacity
  • Audible alarm warns of low battery voltage
  • Auto shutdown protects against overload, short-circuit over temperature and low and high battery condition
  • Includes DC cable with cigarette lighter

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