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12 Volt 110 Volt Inverter 300 WATT
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Last updated: 2018-06-05 14:35

12 volt 110 volt inverter 300 watt

12 volt 110 volt inverter 300 watt

Power your sensitive equipment in a car, truck, boat or RV. This PURE SINE WAVE inverter plugs into a 12 volt automotive auxiliary power socket (formerly known as a "cigarette lighter socket" if you're of a certain age) and converts the 12 volt direct current (DC) power supplied by the car battery to standard 110-120 volt alternating current (AC) power.

Pure sine wave inverters provide premium power that is identical to or even better than power supplied by your electric company. Ordinary power inverters output "modified sine wave" or "stepped wave" power, which is fine in most cases. But some equipment (particularly audio/video equipment and medical devices, among other things) are especially sensitive to the associated electrical distortion. Pure sine wave inverters supply power that is identical to "native" AC power from a wall outlet, at 2 to 5% harmonic distortion, as opposed to 30 to 50% with an ordinary inverter.

12 volt 110 volt inverter 300 watt

PowerBright, an innovator in portable inverter design, has developed a new line of super-efficient power inverters with the highest surge capability in the industry. These extremely advanced, microprocessor controlled units run cooler and more reliable than any in their class. Their superior surge capability allows them to start even the most difficult loads, including color televisions, TV/VCR combinations, microwaves, refrigeration units, and even small air conditioners! They also boast the highest efficiency available (up to 90%), which translates into longer running time and extended battery life.

PowerBright Inverters convert low voltage, direct current (DC) to 110 volt alternating current (AC). Depending on the model and its rated capacity, the inverters draw power either from standard 12 volt automobile and marine batteries or from portable high power 12 volt sources.