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SSI662UK - Power Inverter, 300W Soft Start 12Vdc to 240Vac

Good quality compact-sized high efficiency 300 Watt soft start power inverter to power 240Vac mains voltage equipment from a 12V battery. Modern electronics provide a stabilised output voltage with short-circuit and overload protection. Includes soft-start circuitry to protect equipment on power up.

Produces a modified sine wave output that is suitable for powering most equipment and is far superior to the square wave output provided by low quality inverters.

The inverter will NOT operate high wattage appliances or equipment that produce heat, such as hair dryers, microwave ovens and toasters. Please refer to our Product Selection Guide for help choosing the correct wattage model for your application.

Supplied with 90cm DC power leads with car lighter plug and crocodile clips.

Features
  • Soft start (minimises shutdown when connected to large inductive loads)
  • Reverse polarity protection
  • Battery low/high shutdown
  • Short circuit & overload protection
  • Over temperature protection
  • Modified sine wave output
  • LED fault indicator
  • Modified sine wave output
  • LED fault indicator
Useful FAQs
  • Product Selection Guide
  • PLEASE NOTE: We do NOT ship this product outside the UK Mainland.
  • The output is to a BS1363 Standard 3-pin style mains socket as used in United Kingdom, Ireland, Hong Kong, Malaysia and Singapore
  • This is an off-grid inverter suitable for connection to a DC battery only
  • This inverter is NOT suitable for connection to a DC solar array and your homes AC power grid
Specifications
DC input voltage12Vdc
Output Voltage240Vac (±10%)
Maximum output power300W continuous
Modified sine wave output50Hz (5%)
DC No load current<0.4A
DC Load current32 Amps approx. @ 300 Watts
Efficiency>80%
Supplied with90cm DC power leads with car lighter plug and crocodile clips
Dimensions60 x 110 x 200mm
Net Weight0.78Kg
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