The Xantrex XPower Inverters provide an AC power source onboard trucks, RV's and boats.
Featuring high surge capability, they are ideal for users who may need to power multiple loads such as appliances, power tools and other onboard electronics at the same time. The NEW XPower Inverters are certified to CSA standard C22.2 No. 107.1-01 and UL 458.
Mobile Power for Trucks, RVs and Boats
XPower Inverters connect easily to 12 volt batteries to provide AC power for a variety of medium to heavy duty applications. Designed for easy installation and operation, the XPower inverters provide a reliable source of power onboard trucks, RVs and boats to run home appliances, consumer electronics, entertainiment systems, power tools, office equipment and much more. They are also suitable for small contractors who need to operate handheld power tools from their van or pick-up truck. All models meet the stringent UL458 regulatory requirements.
|Image||Part #||Product Description||Price||Stock||Order|
|813-1000-UL||XPower 1000 inverter GFCI and remote on/off, UL458||
|813-1500-UL||XPower 1500 inverter GFCI and remote on/off, UL458||
|813-3000-UL||XPower 3000 inverter GFCI and remote on/off, UL458||
|813-5000-UL||XPower 5000 Inverter dual GFCI and remote on/off, UL458||
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