CAT (CPI1000) 1000W Power Inverter

The CAT 1000 Watt Professional Power Inverter delivers up to 1000 watts of continuous power when connected directly to a vehicle’s 12V battery and 100 watts of continuous power when connected to the vehicle’s 12 Volt DC accessory outlet. The inverter features two 120V AC household outlets and two USB ports that provide up to 2 amps of power to charge smartphones, tablets and more. The unit has a lit panel to indicate to the user how it is connected and how much power is available.

Product Features

  • Delivers Up To 1,000w Continuous Household Ac Power When Connected Directly To 12v Battery With Battery Clips
  • Delivers 100w Continuous Power When Connected To A Vehicle’s 12v Dc Accessory Outlet
  • Lit Panel Indicates How It Is Connected & How Much Power Is Available
  • Etl Certified
  • Includes Two 120v Ac Household Outlets To Charge Multiple Devices At Once, 2 Usb Ports That Provide Up To 5v 2a To Charge Smartphones, Tablets, Etc. & Mounting Brackets For Easy Vehicle Installation
  • Up to 1000 watts of continuous household AC power
  • Two AC outlets to charge multiple devices at once
  • Two USB power outlets for charging phones, tablets and other electronic devices
  • Connect DC plug to vehicle’s accessory outlet for up to 100 watts of continuous power; Connect battery clips directly to vehicle battery for up to 1000 watts of power
  • Mounting brackets for easy installation in your vehicle

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3 Responses to CAT (CPI1000) 1000W Power Inverter

  1. Amazon Customer says:

    The cables are short like the previous buyer said

  2. Adrian says:

    If you need a new truck buy this inverter! If your in the game of insurance fraud, this is the inverter for you! had this badboy permanently mounted in my truck, wired up with 10awg rw90 on a 20amp fuse. Had it running two hours chargin up a personal gas monitor for work. Huge 500ma 120v load. That 60watts did the trick. Inverter started billowing white smoke, filling the cab of the pickup while I was driving, then even better it shot a small flicker of flames out the fan. Shut it off and covered it up with fire resistant coveralls to…

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