The PROwatt SW Series power inverters offer an affordable alternative to modified sine wave inverters.
PROwatt SW series power inverters have high surge capability, the PROwatt SW Series provides the necessary current to start-up demanding electrical loads.
The PROwatt SW Series power inverters offer an affordable alternative to modified sine wave inverters. The PROwatt SW Series offers many safety features not found in similar inverters. When equipped with a remote control, the PROwatt SW Series has the ability to provide automatic ignition lockout shutting down the inverter's output when the vehicle's ignition is not engaged.
The compact, easy-to-use and easy-to-install design of the PROwatt SW Series makes it ideal for use in commercial truck, RV and marine applications. With True Sine-Wave output, the PROwatt SW Series can provide power for all types of electrical loads including, variable speed power tools, advanced electrical appliances, microwaves and much more. The PROwatt SW provides household AC power anywhere.
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|806-1206-01||PROwatt SW true sine wave inverter, 700 watt||
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|806-1210-01||PROwatt SW true sine wave inverter, 1400 watt||
Usually ships in 1-2 weeks
|806-1220-01||PROwatt SW true sine wave inverter, 2000 watt||
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