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Wagan Pure Line 700W ETL Certified Power Inverter Black

Item# 210-54231655-AF | Model# 54231655 | Added on March 25, 2020 |
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Wagan Pure Line 700W ETL Certified Power Inverter Black
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"""From the ground up"" is the way that our new Pure Line Inverters have been built. Born from an idea to make compact and efficient Pure Sine Wave Inverters that not only look good, but perform great, the new Pure Line Inverter will change the way that you look at PSW Power Inverters! All Pure Line models are RoHS compliant, CE approved, and ETL certified to conform to UL and CSA Standards! On the front of the Pure Line 700W Inverter you'll find two 3-prong ground fault protected AC outlets (NEMA 5-15), 2 position power switch (On/Off), a 2.1A USB power port, power, ground fault, error lights, and solid mounting feet. On the rear of the Pure Line 700W Inverter, you'll find the negative (black) battery terminal, positive (red) battery terminal, cooling fan, solid mounting feet, and a grounding terminal. Wagan Tech builds our inverters with high peak surges that allow up to 3x the continuous rating to support high surging appliances such as tools, microwaves, air conditioners and refrigerators. Wagan Tech uses top quality components and reliable MOSFET transistors; the key factor in reliable inverter manufacturing. In your vehicle, boat, RV, Camper, tail-gating, camping, or anywhere you need to turn DC (battery) power into AC (household) power is where the Pure Line 700W will shine! 700 continuous watts means that you can run your appliance without worry of the Pure Line 700W letting you down like lesser inverters. Blender, TV, gaming system, refrigerator, microwave, cooking ... read more
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