The versatile PowerTrip™ 240 Power Inverter (CPS240PAU) from CyberPower converts your vehicle's 12V DC power to household AC power to rapidly charge and operate a portable DVD player, laptop computer, digital camera, small power tool, or any mobile device that uses up to 150 watts of power with the 12V DC power outlet and up to 240 watts of power with battery clamps (not included) on an automotive battery. The PowerTrip™ 240 features one AC household outlet and one 2.1-Amp USB charge port. Safety features such as a user-replaceable fuse, surge protection, and automatic shutdown protect your connected devices and automotive battery.
Other features include a status LED and a 12V DC plug cable. The PowerTrip 240, backed by a two-year limited warranty, is ideal for TV and computer electronics, power tools, cordless chargers, and other accessories that use up to 240 watts of power.
- Sensitive Electronics Safety Features
Provide surge protection and automatic shutdown to protect electronics against power fluctuations, high temperature, short circuit, and high or low battery conditions.
- Surge Protection
Safeguards electronics against power fluctuations from vehicle startup and shutdown.
- Automatic Shutdown
Prevents accidental power drain from your vehicle’s battery.
- USB Charge Port
Rapidly charges and powers USB devices such as tablets (including iPad), smartphones, MP3 players, and other mobile accessories.
- AC Power Outlet
Provides household power for laptop computers, entertainment devices, and other consumer electronics.
- User-Replaceable Fuse
Protects connected devices and the vehicle battery from voltage overloads.
- Battery Cables
Attach the power inverter to a vehicle battery to use peak wattage (240 watts).
- 12V DC Power Plug
Powers devices that draw 150 watts or less.
- Two-Year Limited Warranty
Covers defects in materials and workmanship in the product under normal use and conditions within two years of the purchase date. See warranty for details.
This product can expose you to chemicals including Bisphenol A (BPA), which is known to the State of California to cause birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information go to http://www.P65Warnings.ca.gov.