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1500 watts continuous power, 3000 watts peak power, Modified Sine Wave Car Inverter converts 12V DC to 120V AC Power - Connect DC battery cables directly to your vehicles battery and you have power on the go.. 2 x USB charging ports 2.4A each 4.8 Total , 2 x standard North American AC outlets. BONUS FEATURE** 3 ft Two Gauge Battery Cables Included **. We have your back This inverter has all the protections that you will need, Overload, Temperature, short circuit and all of these protections are displayed on the LCD, the LCD Display also shows you the Input Voltage, Output Wattage and Battery Level. This heavy duty Power Inverter connects directly to a 12 Volt DC battery to power microwaves, power tools, televisions, gaming consoles, home electronics and home appliances in your vehicle. Don t just take our word for this inverter s rating, this item has been tested, validated and approved by METLAB for both its safety and performance. MET Approved under UL std 458 and CSA std C22.2
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I currently am using the enk3000 inverter to power a refrigerator drawing current from 2 200 amphour 12 volt deep cycle batteries connected in parallel. I live out in the country and power goes out quite frequently sometimes for hours, and even days if the weather is severe enough. Having a backup plan to power our refrigerator will be appreciated when the outages come. This inverter was easy to install. I appreciate having it come with the heavy duty cables for attaching it to the battery bank. I have only run the refrigerator now for several hours and the inverter has not gotten warm and was quiet when running and did not run much at all during refrigerator operation. Currently I will charge the batteries with a Genius battery charger, but soon will add solar electrical panels to the roof to recharge the batteries. I plan to test battery drain by adding more appliances and lighting to the inverter so we will see how that goes in the future.