COBRA CPI2590 Gray 2500W 2.1A USB 12-Volt DC to 120-Volt AC Power Inverter (2,500 Watts)
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POWERFUL - 2500 Watts Continuous and 5000 Watts Peak and a 2.4Amp USB Output with a wide range of power, you can charge your mobile devices or power your appliances on the go
VERSATILE - Three AC Outlets and USB options for power, you will always have the right connection to keep you charged up and powered on
PROTECTION - With Cobras Pentagon Protection, you have 5 levels of protection from failures. Feel safe and confident when powering your devices
ON-THE-GO - Turn your vehicle in a mobile power source with a strong source of dependable power. Create useable sources for your on-the-go needs. From Tailgates, to Campgrounds Cobras 2500W will power your trip
The Cobra CPI 2590 is a professional grade 2500 watt power inverter. This inverter provides 2500 watts continuous and 50000 watts peak household electrical power, allowing you to power up office equipment and household appliances such as TV sets, coffee pot, a small microwave oven, a mini-fridge that draw up to 2500 watts at the same time from your car, truck, RV or boat. Ideal for the cross country professional driver or RV enthusiast that needs all the conveniences of home in the vehicle. In addition it includes a 5v 2.1a USB output ideal for using and charging tablets, smart phones and many other USB powered devices. The unit also features a digital display that illustrates the vehicle's battery voltage and device connected current consumption in watts on a large led display. The inverter incorporates all the protection circuitry for the unit and the device connected to it. Also, the inverter supports a remote on/off panel switch (sold separately) for an out of the way installation. The voltage from your inverter is a little different than the voltage in your home. The voltage in your home is called a “sine wave”, while the voltage from the inverter is a “modified sine wave”. Because of this difference, you will need a meter that measures “true RMS” voltage. If your meter does not measure “true RMS”, then it will read low. If it does not say “true RMS” on the front of your meter, then it is not a true RMS meter and it will read low.