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Wagan Elite 1500w Pure Sine Wave Inverter on 2040-parts.com

US $515.00
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Grand Prairie, Texas, United States

Grand Prairie, Texas, United States
Condition:New Brand:Wagan Input Voltage:12V DC Type:Pure Sine Inverter Output Voltage:120V AC Model:Elite Features:High Voltage Input Protection, Low Voltage Input Protection, On/Off Switch, Over Battery Voltage Protection, Overheating Protection, Short Circuit Protection, Wireless remote control included. Thermal cooling Manufacturer Part Number:2204 Country/Region of Manufacture:China

The Wagan Elite 1500W Pure Sine Wave Inverter is perfect for recharging devices on the go, for people with mobile lifestyles and those who use renewable power sources or live off the grid. Run your home appliances from your vehicle. Provides 1,500W continuous power and 3,000W peak surge power. The Wagan Pure Sine Wave Inverter features two 120V AC outlets and USB power port (5V 2.1A) to power appliances such as Apple iPads, Kindles, mobile phones, HD televisions, MP3 players, video games, laptops, etc. Includes several other features such as overload, overheat and low battery protection. Wagan Elite pure sine inverters are ideal for sensitive electronics. Designed to be efficient, the pure sine technology allows appliances to recharge faster, save energy costs and extend the life of appliances. Electronics run cooler, quieter and cleaner when running on pure sine power such as the Wagan Elite 1500W Pure Sine Wave Inverter.


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