POTEK 5000W Power Inverter Four AC Outlets 12V DC to 110V AC Car Inverter with 2 USB Port

Why POTEK?:
Potek is devoted to providing best quality products with a better price. Some charges for battery packs used in power tools also be abled to start with an inverter.A must-have for your road trips, vacations, outdoors, emergency kits and more.

Specifications:
• Power (4 AC Outlets): 5000W Rated, 10000W Peak
• USB output: DC 5V/2A
• Nominal input voltage:12.8-13.2VDC
• Nominal output voltage: 110-125VDV
• Output wave: modified sine wave
• Battery cables:One black,one red,3.28”

More details and tips:
• connect the inverter to a battery, and plug your AC devices into the inverter
• Run most of capacitive/inductive/resistive loads with improved program
• Please do not leave the power inverter in the ON position while your car is off.
• Disconnect the positive battery terminal before doing any wiring to the inverter
• Do not let the inverter into sunlight directly, keep it in cool environment

Package List:
• 1x 5000W Power Inverter
• 6xCar Battery Cables
• 1xUser Manual

Product Features

  • Potek 5000W DC to AC car power inverter provides 5000W continuous DC to AC power and 10000 watts of peak power
  • Four AC outlets and dual USB charging ports perfect for varieties of electric conversion,such as water dispensers,air compressor,refrigerator,coffer maker,electric motor saw,etc
  • This power inverter has over voltage, overload, over-current, under-voltage, overheating, short circuit protection
  • Smart cooling fan makes it silent when using the Power Inverter, ideal for use on road, at campsites, remote job sites or anywhere AC power is needed
  • What You Get: 1x 5000W Power Inverter, 6xCar Battery Cables, 1xUser Manual, Our 24-month warranty and friendly customer service.

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One Response to POTEK 5000W Power Inverter Four AC Outlets 12V DC to 110V AC Car Inverter with 2 USB Port

  1. John says:

    … it with a huge startup load but its running fine