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The CPI 890 is a compact 800 watt power inverter. This inverter provides 800 watts continuous and 1600 watts peak household power on the go. It converts battery power to a 120 v ac household power outlet, allowing you to power up office equipment and household appliances that draw up to 800 watts from your car, truck, RV or boat. It also includes a 2.1 Amp USB output, ideal for using and charging most small video games, tablets, mp3 players, mobile phones, and many more USB powered devices. The unit includes direct-to-battery cables.

Product Features

  • 800 watts continuous power – 1600 watts peak power
  • 2 grounded ac outlets – powers up to two household appliances
  • 2.1A USB port – charge mp3 players, smart phones, tablets and many other USB-powered devices
  • Direct-To-Battery cables included – provides power directly from vehicle battery
  • Pentagon protection – 5 levels of protection against failures: thermal shutdown, reverse polarity protection, over-voltage shutdown, low voltage shutdown and low voltage alarm

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2 comments

  1. Mr Charles G. says:

    Very Dissapointed So, I have a fairly complex setup, but not too impressed with this. I have a cheap 700w Scosche inverter which happily runs all my electronics, lights and heater in my trailer, which is 50 feet from where the inverter is installed. The only reason I bought a new inverter was I wanted auto reset on low voltage functionality, which the scoshce doesn’t do., This does, and that works fine. This also happily powers my microwave, coffee pot, and most electronics on that same setup, but there’s a few…

  2. Andy Baird says:

    Some technical tidbits I just got this inverter, so can’t claim to review it based on experience. However, I thought the following might be of interest to prospective buyers:Cobra rates this inverter at 400 watts. However, the fine print in the operating instructions says “The inverter can deliver 400 watts for about 60 minutes. The inverter must cool for 15 minutes before it can resume operation at 400 watts.” (That’s in spite of the fact that the unit has a cooling fan.) So this is not really…

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