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With three AC outlets and one DC socket at your fingertips, the Xantrex 600HD is the right power solution for people with demanding applications or the need to run multiple loads simultaneously. Use it to operate small power tools or at your outdoor worksite so you can get the job done even without an outlet nearby. It will also charge cell phones so you can stay connected. This unit also has an integrated AM/FM radio and digital alarm clock that provides access to music, talk radio and news, weather, and important information in critical emergency situations.
There are many times when extra power is needed, but not available. If an outlet is not within reach or plugging into the dashboard cigarette lighter is simply not an option, you'll be pleased that you have the Xantrex Powerpack 600HD. This 600-watt device is an all-in-one unit that is not only powerful enough to start your car, but robust enough to provides portable power for small appliances -- it even comes with a built-in air AM/FM radio and digital clock.
The Xantrex XPower Powerpack 600HD has enough power to jump-start your vehicle. View larger.
The 600HD will run small appliances for hours.
A reverse polarity detector prevents clamping to the wrong terminals.
Runs Multiple Appliances at Once
With three AC outlets and one DC socket at your fingertips, the 600HD is the right power solution for people with demanding applications or the need to run multiple loads simultaneously. Use it to operate small power tools or at your outdoor worksite so you can get the job done even without an outlet nearby. It will also charge cell phones so you can stay connected.
Built-in AM/FM Radio
This unit also has an integrated AM/FM radio and digital alarm clock that provides access to music, talk radio and news, weather, and important information in critical emergency situations.
The XPower Powerpack 600HD is powered by a sealed, non-spillable 28AH battery that can be conveniently recharged from any household AC outlet or DC cigarette-lighter outlet so that it can be made ready anytime, anywhere.
Great for Outings
The Powerpack 600HD isn't just for times of need. It is perfect for taking on camping trips or outings where some extra power is needed to run camcorders, video games, televisions, even your espresso machine.
The feature-rich Powerpack 600HD has a built-in 600 watt inverter and a reverse polarity detector to prevent accidentally clamping the cables onto the wrong terminals. A barragraph LED indicator monitors the Powerpack's battery charge level, so it won't overcharge, and an audible alarm signals unit overheat and battery under-voltage conditions. An overload and over-temperature protection is built in to ensure longer inverter life.
Whether it's a job site or a camp site, the XPower Powerpack 600HD is the ideal portable power solution.
This is one of those purchases you buy for emergencies and hope you never have to use them. As a result, you take it on faith that it's a quality product and count it to work when... Read morePublished 4 months ago by David F
This item no longer functions. It worked as advertised for about a year. Definitely not worth the price.Published 7 months ago by joie gumaer-giangrosso
horrible product did not come with power cord or accessories I had to purchase my own and still will not charge sent a request for return no responsePublished 9 months ago by murphy
Over all very happy with my purchase, if you need battery back up like this you can't go wrong.Published 10 months ago by crash3x
Had this item for 3 years and it did not work from the get go. Could not hold a full charge and went down fast. I kept it tho becuz I am homeless and live in my car. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Leo
Loved it .... sold it when I sold my van... which I kepted it for power outages !!Published 13 months ago by ILoveGod
It had a lot of promise and worked for a few weeks in basic testing. I left it plugged in and when I needed it I found that something in the charging circuit went bad. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Jaime Halscott