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Nature Power Sine Wave Inverters - 2000 Watt

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Sine wave output is equivalent to utility power to run sensitive electronics, audio/video components, printers and battery chargers in your RV.
Portable inverters are ideal for use in trucks and RVs. Convert virtually all of the battery’s available power to AC current. USB port lets you recharge smart phones and other devices. Features high surge capacity for loads that are difficult to start. Protections include overload and high-temperature shutdown, over-voltage, low voltage alarm and low voltage shutdown. Certified to UL and CSA standards.Runs full size microwaves, computers and other sensitive electronics, large screen TVs, heavy-duty power tools and more. 4000 watt surge capacity.



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Weight: 13.03 lbs.

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Manufacturer: Rdk Products

Mfg Part #: 38320



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Should be Standard in all Class A


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September 01, 2014
What a great unit. Running with two deep cycle batteries and I can watch TV for hours, make coffee, etc. Best of all, my company can watch TV and run appliances while driving down the road and the batteries stay charged. Inverters should be standard in all Class A's! Will add Solar next year. Thanks Camping World, Syracuse for the great install!
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