150 Watt Portable Power Inverter

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  • Compact, elegant design runs and charges your favorite devices (up to 150 Watts) inside your car.
  • One 3-prong AC outlet and one 2.1 Amp USB port charges devices simultaneously.
  • Convenient 3 foot long cord plugs directly into your car’s DC port.
  • Ideal for travel and mobile offices.
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Elegant, compact power inside your car

The Durcell Portable Power Inverter converts vehicle power into household current, letting you run and recharge your favorite devices (up to 150 Watts) inside your car. Its sleek form factor features one 3-prong AC outlet and one 2.1 Amp USB port and the unit can charge AC and USB devices simultaneously.

A 3 foot cord plugs directly into your car's DC port, allowing you to place this anywhere that's convenient while in use. It is ideal for travel and mobile offices, and its elegant design complements any car interior.

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prop 65 warning WARNING: 

This product can expose you to chemicals including Nickel (Ni), which is known to the State of California to cause cancer, and  Bisphenol A (BPA), which is known to the State of California to cause birth defects or other reproductive harm.  For more information go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov.

 

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Nice small inverter

I carry this in my laptop bag and use it to power my dell laptop’s AC adapter while traveling.

Very handy to have!

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General Questions

No, there is no internal battery.

There may not be enough voltage to power what you have plugged in. To reset it, turn the unit off, disconnect the unit, unplug everything. Carefully re-connect the unit, turn it on, and then plug in your items.

Volts refers to the DC input Voltage that your inverter is connected to; watts refers to what you have plugged into the inverter. AC Watts output

The fan is designed to come on only when the inverter reaches a pre-set temperature to save the draw on your battery.

  1. Check the voltage at the unit with the load and see if it is drawing the battery below 11 volts.
  2. The input cables may be too long, and the voltage drop along the input cables may be causing the Low Battery alarm to sound.

The inverter is in Overload protection mode. The AC output is turned off.

YYou can not pull more power through the inverter than it is designed to provide.

No, but you can hook up a solar panel with a solar controller up to a 12 v battery to charge up the battery. However the inverter must be turned off. 

Although you can use your lithium battery, you will not get the full usage of your lithium ion battery, because the safety settings are designed for the limitations of a lead acid battery.

The inverter will shut down when the battery supplying the energy is too low. If your battery is connected to your car, please start the engine with no load on the inverter to recharge your battery before reconnecting the load. If you are in an RV, the batteries are usually auxiliary batteries, so it will have no affect in the ability for your RV to start.

The fuses inside of our inverters are not meant to be replaced. If the fuse is blown, the inverter needs to be replaced. Please Call Customer Support

Yes, and this is the ONLY fuse that can be replaced. You simply unscrew the end of the adapter, and the fuse is inside. It will slide out. If your load was over 15 amps, that fuse will blow, and need to be replaced with another 15 amp fuse.

If you cross connected the inverter input cables to the battery source, it will cause the internal fuses to blow, and they can not be replaced. If you exceed 15 amps in the CLA, that will cause the fuse to blow, even if it is below the available wattage of the inverter.

Although you can use your lithium battery, you will not get the full usage of your lithium ion battery, because the safety settings are designed for the limitations of a lead acid battery.