Charge up cordless power tool batteries using a 12V vehicle battery with this 1000W (2000W peak) vehicle power inverter. Also ideal for powering laptops and mobiles.
This 1000W (2000W peak) vehicle power inverter from Streetwize converts a 12V DC vehicle battery into 230V AC power to enable safe operation of 230V UK standard appliances, making it ideal for charging cordless power tool batteries, laptops and mobiles and any other appliances that need up to 1000W. Includes two 3 pin UK plug sockets and a single USB charging port. Supplied with battery connector cables, and encased in anodised aluminium with built-in cooling fan. Always purchase based on continuous power output, as peak power can only be used for a limited time.
• Suitable for chainsaw (12” 1.5 HP), reciprocating saw, concrete vibrator (0.75 HP). hammer drill (guidance only)
• 1000W continuous power (2000W peak)
• Battery connector cables included
• Two 3 pin UK plug sockets
• Single USB charging port
• Anodised aluminium casing with built-in cooling fan
• Multiple electrical protection features to prevent overheating, short circuit, and overload
• Not suitable for medical equipment, printers and fluorescent lights
|Brand ||Streetwize |
|Manufacture ID ||168754 |
|Wattage ||1000 |
|Video ||click here |
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Streetwize Power Inverter 1000W is rated
Rated 4 out of
Did the job well for diy and will take it camping.
used this item for some joinery work in the garden. . connected to my power saw. cut doors outdoors. less mess. did the job well. taking it on camping trip next week too. for tv .
Date published: 2020-08-20
Rated 5 out of
Bought, connected to a suitable battery and it worked a dream. Powered a 2000W angle grinder, later a 2800W chop saw and an electric plane. All no hassle. The key is in making sure the leads from the battery are the original ones and the battery is actually up to the job. I'd say a MINIMUM of 240 Ah battery to sustain the power requirements. Roughly 160 Amps will be needed to power a 240v 2000W piece of kit from a 12v battery. Mine worked fine. Make sure your vehicle or leisure battery is actually up to it. Most are not.
Date published: 2020-04-22
Rated 1 out of
Followed instructions and connected the leads directly to the car battery. Power LED lit up when switched on, no output from either 230v sockets or the USB socket. I was unable to connect an earth to the casing as the post was loose, and I couldn't tighten the nylock but against it. No quibble money refunded.
Date published: 2018-08-22