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PowerDrive RPPD2000 2000-Watt DC to AC Power Inverter with USB Port and 3 AC Outlet


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  • Continuous AC power output: 2000 watts; Maximum AC power output (surge): 4000 watts
  • Converts 12-volt DC power from your vehicle battery to 110-volt AC power
  • Three 3-prong AC outlets and USB port with 5 volts DC output
  • Heavy-duty installation cable attaches directly to vehicle battery
  • High/low voltage protection; over temp and overload protection
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Product Description

Here is all the power you will need on the road. This compact unit gives you an easy way to harness the power of your vehicle is battery to charge or power cell phones, TVs, laptops, iPods and other on-the-road essential electronics. With three AC outlets, it is perfect for professional drivers and a smart idea for family camping or road trips. Sturdy yellow and black casing stands up to the rigors of life on the road. Another great innovation from RoadPro, your trusted travel companion, bringing the comforts of home to on-the-go living. SPECIFICATIONS: Operating AC Voltage (Normal): 105 Volts - 125 Volts AC DC Input Voltage: 10 Volts - 15 Volts DC AC Output Frequency: 60Hz ± 2Hz AC Output Waveform: Modified Sine Wave Battery Drain with no AC Load: 0.50 Amps Efficiency (Maximum): 87 percent Ambient Operating Temp Range: 14º F (-10ºC) - 104º F (40ºC) Low Battery Shut Down Point: 10.5 ± 0.3 Volts DC High Voltage Shut Down Point: 15.5 ± 0.5 Volts DC

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Technical Details
BrandPowerDrive
Item Weight7.7 pounds
Product Dimensions12.4 x 11.5 x 5.6 inches
Item model numberRPPD2000
Manufacturer Part NumberRPPD2000
  
Additional Information
ASINB002AP51SE
Best Sellers Rank #6,785 in Automotive (See top 100)
Shipping Weight9 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
ShippingThis item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
Date First AvailableMarch 15, 2007
  
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Warranty, Parts: Parts
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Customer Reviews

Picked one up a year ago, finally using it hard during Hurricane Irene.
G. Donovan
I have (had) this inverter as a backup to my Tundra HD 2500 - the truck has a TriPac system and I opted for the 4 big bad boy batteries.
Charon9
Now the fan makes noise and runs all the time even if nothing is plugged into it.
dennis

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Jesse San Nicolas™ on June 4, 2013
All these bad reviews would make it seem like this product is horrible. I am writing to say I have had this power inverter for 4+ years and it is still going strong.

I had it hooked up to my truck using very thick power cable , I believe 2 gauge, that cost an extra $50 which is recommended for the amount of power surging through this thing.

Come on people this is a 2000 watts continuous/4000 watts max power inverter. I bet these bad reviews probable hooked it up using 12 gauge or thinner power cables, or only hooked up one set of power connectors (there are two +/- each) and then wonder why is not performing as expected.

All I can say is if you can get this for cheaper than amazon sells it then go for it. Make sure to get the correct power cables which are at least 2 gauge.
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9 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Mr. Robert E. Baugher on November 12, 2010
i too bought this inverter and the fan also started making noise. it now is in the dumpster. in less than a year, it cut off after only a few minutes of operation. it also had signs of overheating on the inside. i only bought it to make coffee. i dug out my cobra 500 watt ( 5 years old ) and it still works. no coffee but everything else works fine with it. i am now looking for a cobra 2000 watt, if they make one. i may just skip the coffee and use the one i already have. sorry i couldnt be technical with nuts and bolts info, but to me its either a good product or it isnt and in my experience with the one i had, i wouldnt buy another one.
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12 of 16 people found the following review helpful By Chris Amoresmo on October 31, 2010
I had this inverter for nearly a year...I think this product comes from China like so many of the others do, but shortly after usage, the main fan motor started making horrible sounds. Then, without warning the unit burned up its power regulator components when I started the big rig's motor after a ground wire had broken loose from the starter. The truck uses 4 batteries as most of them do and they are wired together parallel in two sets. Since instructions are not specific on where to attach the battery cables, I had one set powering once side, and the other set powering the other side of the inverter. But engaging the starter motor without the one set being grounded caused the load to pass through the power regulator transistors, frying them to a crisp. This was an unforeseeable event by the designer of the circuitry, as only the positive side is fused, and not the negative side. Do not make the mistake of wiring any inverter to two different sets of batteries, as if one cable disconnects, the load will pass through the inverter.
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5 of 7 people found the following review helpful By G. Donovan on August 31, 2011
Picked one up a year ago, finally using it hard during Hurricane Irene. Hooked up in the garage to three car batteries so when I shut the generator down for the night I run the freezer and refrig off the inverter to keep things frosty. In the morning I swap back to generator and charge the batteries back up. It almost makes it through the night before powering down due to low batteries. Flawless operation so far! Paid too much at a truck stop for the unit, Amazon was $75 cheaper but on the other hand glad I have it now ;-)

Can't say its the best unit, hence 4 stars but hasn't done me wrong yet either. Would be nice if the company sold a remote. Documentaion is vauge as to the wiring pin out.

UPDATE- Unit died after a few hours use, I would avoid purchasing this unit.
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3 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Charon9 on January 4, 2013
I have (had) this inverter as a backup to my Tundra HD 2500 - the truck has a TriPac system and I opted for the 4 big bad boy batteries. Power distribution to this inverter and the tundra is 3+ 3- 00 low oxygen power cables (used in car stereo stuff, rated at 600 amps per lead). You don't want to loose power if your trapped up on I-80.

In any case the Tundra ran all my big stuff and this was only turned on to charge my phone, headset and batteries (battery charger for my flashlight). A cooling fan went out on my Tundra so I had to start (trying) to use this for my TV Microwave and Computer; at first it would run any one of them, but not all - so no problem, one thing at a time - then it stopped running my microwave, then it wouldn't keep my computer and TV (projector) running, then it fell below 275 watts and wouldn't run my computer. (I was stuck on I-80 for 4 days) Thankfully my Kindle had a couple of books I hadn't read.

SO -- I sent this in to them to fix, it was under warranty; and that was a nightmare plus the shipping costs. They send it back to my house, I show up two weeks later to pick it up and there is a note inside: No problems found unit returned to customer - There was even a snotty note about how I needed to make SURE and connect ALL power leads not just two. At this point I'm steamed and call them, offer to show pics of it wired correctly and not working (video), and the most I got out of them was rude replies and an eventual "send it back in and we will look at it." - IE: spend another 35.00 in shipping (Translated: Spend 1/2 what it would cost to just buy another one to fix this one)...

There is simply NOT enough bad things I could say about this product - Buy a brick and beat yourself in some sensitive area for a couple of hours a day and you will be better off than if you had bought this product.
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By sandra amador on March 29, 2014
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Very competitive and works excellent. So far, I haven't had any problem with it.The price was great, the delivery time that I got it was great,everything is working just fine!
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