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Tripp Lite 375W Car Power Inverter 2 Outlets 2-Port USB Charging AC to DC

Mfg.Part: PV375USB | CDW Part: 4531905 | UNSPSC: 39121006
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Tripp Lite 375W Car Power Inverter 2 Outlets 2-Port USB Charging AC to DC
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Main Features
  • Charge and/or power multiple electronic devices on the go in your car truck boat or RV
  • Inverter/ Power Inverter/ USB Charger/ AC Outlet/ Compact Car Inverter
  • 2 NEMA 5-15R outlets and 2.1A and 1.0A USB charging ports
  • Converts car battery power into standard AC household power
  • Plugs into your vehicles 12V DC cigarette lighter outlet
  • Tough metal housing designed to last a long time
  • Included battery cables allow direct connection to car battery
The PV375USB PowerVerter Ultra-Compact Car Inverter provides 375 watts of portable power for charging and operating multiple devices in your vehicle. It converts 12V DC power into standard household 110V AC power to run a wide variety of electronics, such as smartphones, laptops, tablets, GPS units, game systems, portable TVs, DVD players and MP3 players, as well as low-power lights, camping accessories, battery rechargers for small battery-operated power tools, and mobile office equipment.

This power inverter features dual NEMA 5-15R outlets, a 2.1A USB charging port and a 1.0A USB charging port. Just plug the 12V DC input jack with convenient three-foot cord into the 12V outlet in your vehicle, and the PV375USB is ready to operate. Included three-foot battery cables with alligator clips also allow direct connection to your car battery's DC terminals. An easy-to-read LED lets you know the inverter is receiving power from the battery.

To prevent you from running down your battery, the PV375USB turns off autom

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