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ProMariner TruePower Plus Modified Sine Wave Inverter - 1200W

ProMariner TruePower Plus Modified Sine Wave Inverter - 1200W
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TruePower Plus Modified Sine Wave Inverter - 1200W

Designed to convert 12 VDC battery power to 115 VAC and will automatically pass through AC Inlet power when present. TruePower Plus is rich with features including; Innovative dual color digital LCD message center, dual color gauges for AC power output and battery DC input, USB power port, GFCI convenience outlets, DC cable covers, and separate on/off remote. Our integrated AC cable strain reliefs and front screw connection terminal blocks allow for quick and easy installation without the added need for ring terminals for AC power connections. Designed with soft start noise filtered technology and x2 surge capability for powering demanding loads. Shock resistant construction with internal conformal coated electronics for protection in harsh environments.

Features:
  • Intuitive dual color digital LCD message center
  • Dual color gauges for AC power output and battery DC input
  • Internal 30 amp AC transfer switch will automatically pass through AC inlet power when present
  • USB power port and GFCI convenience outlets
  • Compact and lightweight design
  • Soft start noise filtered technology with x2 surge capability
  • On/Off remote with 9 foot cable and DC cable covers Included
  • Integrated AC power cable strain reliefs for ease of installation
  • Built-in safety with overload, over temperature, short circuit and reverse polarity protection
  • Audible alarm and shut down for low and high DC voltage, overload and over temperature conditions
  • Shock resistant construction with internal conformal coated electronics
  • 2 year warranty
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ProMariner TruePower Plus Modified Sine Wave Inverter - 1200W 06120 PROMARINER 1200W INVERTER MODIFIED SINE
$399.98
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