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NPower Pocket Inverter - 60 Watts

Item# 457060
This pocket sized NPower inverter unit converts 12V DC power from your vehicle's battery into 120V AC power. It can power 2 devices simultaneously. Features temperature, overload and low-battery voltage shutdown protection. LED on/off indicator and an integrated vehicle adapter. Continuous Watts 60, High Temperature Protection Yes, Low Battery Protection Yes, Low Voltage Protection Yes, AC Outlets qty. 1, Cables Included Yes, Power Supply 12V DC socket from vehicles or 12V batteries, USB Ports qty. 1, LED Indicators Yes, Overload Protection Yes. 3-prong AC outlet charges or powers laptop, cell phone, iPod, BlackBerry, video camera and more USB charge port
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Customer Reviews for NPower Pocket Inverter - 60 Watts
Review 1 for NPower Pocket Inverter - 60 Watts
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February 5, 2011
By rhhardin
"Draws 0.2 amps turned on but idle, information nobody ever supplies."
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Great Value

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November 16, 2010
By TechReview
from Andover, NJ
"The 60W inverter worked as advertised and is a great value for the money. Output was measured at 115VAC RMS. However, the output waveform was a pure square wave and not a modified sine wave. Peak voltage was 173VAC. Still within tolerance of most appliances."
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August 26, 2011
"If it is a square wave, the peak voltage would be the same as the root mean square, no?
173 volts seems quite dangerous for electronics. Under what conditions did you get the 173?
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