This DC to AC power inverter can convert DC power from a car
cigarette lighter socket or a 12V battery ( Voltage range can be 10V ~ 17V) into
120V 60Hz pure sine wave AC power, which is similar to the power supplied from your home
Fanless design make this inverter is much quieter than most of fan cooled inverters on market.
Inverter has two US style 3-hole AC sockets which accepts both 2-pin and 3-pin AC plugs. It also has a USB port that can provide 5V DC power up to maximum 2 Amps current
Dimensions(L x W x H): 187 x 109 x 60mm (or 7.4" x 4.4" x 2.4"); Weight: 0.7KG
Inverter input side is a car cigarette light plug, which can directly plug into a car cigarette lighter socket.
It can accept 10V ~ 17V DC input, make it works for more batteries than most 12V inverters on market. It works for traditional 12V such as lead acid batteries /car batteries. It also works for lithium ion batteries with 10.8V/11.1V or 14.4V/14.8V nominal voltages.
Output Power: 150W
Output Power Surge: 300W
AC Output Voltage: 120V
AC Output Frequency: 60HZ
Output Wave Form: Pure Sine Wave
DC Input Voltage: 10V ~16.8V
Input No-Load Current: <0.6A
Battery Low Voltage Alarm: 10.5 ± 0.5V
Battery Low Voltage Shutdown: 9.5 ± 0.5V
Battery High Voltage Shutdown: 17.5 ± 0.5V
AC Overload Shutdown: Yes
Thermal Shutdown: 60 ± 5℃
Power Switch: AC Output ON/OFF Control
USB Output: DC5V/2A Max.
External DC Fuse(cigarette plug): 15A
External DC Wires: 14 AWG
Heat Dissipated: Fanless. Body disposal heat. No fan.
Dimensions(L x W x H): 184 x 109 x 60mm (or 7.4" x 4.4" x 2.4")
Net Weight: 0.7KG
Compared to the traditional inverters, which output in modified
sine wave, AC power in pure sine wave is more similar to commercial power. The
electronic appliances run cleaner, cooler, and quieter when running on pure sine
power. As a result, pure sine inverters save energy costs and extend the life of
The pure sine inverter also reduces electronic interference, making it a
better alternative for operating sensitive audio/video equipment and medical
devices. Appliances with dimmers, speed controls, and certain battery chargers
may require pure sine power to operate.