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Performance Parts Gm7665 1000w Digital Power Inverter 2000w Peak Surge on


Paramount, California, United States

Paramount, California, United States
Condition:New Brand:Performance Parts Model:GM7665 Manufacturer Part Number:GM7665 Features:On/Off Switch, Overheating Protection, Short Circuit Protection UPC:700305676657

Performance Parts GM7665
  • Max power: 1000W
  • Continuous power: 800W
  • Peak load power rate: Up to 2000W
  • For use with 12 volt systems
  • No load current draw: Up to 1.0 Amps
  • Waveform: Modified sine wave
  • Input DC voltage range: DC 10V-15V
  • One USB output: 5VDC 500mA max
  • Overload and short-circuit protection
  • 3-Replaceable 40 Amp fuse
  • Built-in cooling fan
  • 2- 110V AC 3 prong grounded receptacles
  • Overload indicator

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