Wagan 20051 1250/3000 Watt Power Inverter

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1250 Watt Modified Sine Wave Inverter Use this 1250 Watt Power Inverter for Laptop Computer with CD and DVD Player, Portable Fax Machine, DVD Player, Video Game Station, Battery Charger, Camcorder, Fluorescent Worklight, 13" color TV,...
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Wagan 20051 1250/3000 Watt Power Inverter

1250 Watt Modified Sine Wave Inverter by Wagan has 300 Watt Surge Wagan 20051 Power Inverter . 1250 Watt Continuous/3000 Watt Surge Power Inverter. 3 AC Outlets. Low Battery Alarm. Automatic Low Battery Shutdown. Cooling Fan. Cables Included. Continuous Use: 1250W Peak Surge Power: 3000W AC Voltage Output: 110V Optimum Efficiency: 90.00% No Load Current Draw: Less than 1.35A Champagne color. Input Voltage Range: 10V to 15V Low Battery Alarm: Yes (10.5V) Auto Low Battery Shutdown: Yes (10V) Cooling Fan: Yes AC Receptacles: Three (3) Approx. Weight, Including Hardware and Cables: 10 lbs. Dimensions LxWxH (in.): 15 x 8 x 3.3 Warranty: 1 Year from Purchase Date Power DVD Player, Portable Fax Machine, DVD Player, Video Game Station, Battery Charger, Camcorder, Fluorescent Worklight, 13" color TV, Fax/Printer/Copier Combo, VCR, CD Changer, and Mini stereo system, Sewing Machine, Toll Battery Charger, Desktop Computer, Larger Screen TV, Dorm-style Refrigerator, 12" Desk Fan, 1/2 HP Induction Motor, Belt Sander, Single Range Electric Stove, 1/2 HP Electric Power Saw, Blender, 1/2 HP Motor continuous, Electric Heater, Refrigerator/Freezer, Toaster, Hair Dryer, and Microwave Oven. This item ships from a separate warehouse and may require extra time for delivery.

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