|Model||CPI A4000 BC|
|Item Weight||2.9 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||10.5 x 1.8 x 10.5 inches|
|Item model number||CPI-A40000 BC|
|Manufacturer Part Number||CPIA4000BC|
|Cover Included||Ac Power-inverter Gauge Cable Kit|
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Cobra CPI-A4000BC 4-AWG Heavy-Duty AC Power Inverter Cable Kit
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Also the crimp lugs supplied leave a tad to be desired, but they include some properly sized red and black heatshrink. You are supposed to put the stripped cable into the lugs then fold each half over the other with "electricians pliers" - My professional crimper was able to fold them but not close them tight on the wire, so out came the persuader - a 16 oz claw hammer and some cement. Yep - that closed the crimp nice and snug on the wire. Now it has a good snug grip. I did buy some professional #4 lugs at the hardware store made of copper like a shiny penny and my professional crimper did those justice, so their lugs are a tad sub par but you can put them on with just about anything. Alternately I could have hit it with a propane torch and fed some solder to it, which I may still do if there is excessive loss in the cable. I prefer soldered connections wherever possible.
I also bought some nice bolt on attachments at the hardware store for $2/pr that have a bar which snugs down with 2 ea 7/16 bolts and nuts on the back side.Read more ›
Would I buy it again, Yes but only because a high quality kit would cost at least $75.00.
So don't worry about if they're copper or aluminum or questionable. THEY ARE FINE STRANDED COPPER CABLES, with one end tinned with solder to go into your inverter. Very good cables for the job.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Good for a year. It was installed on my semi truck. Cable failed and gave me problems with starter and alternator. As I found out, it is not a real copper wirePublished 17 days ago by DUNE-T
I was told to get the "right cables" or it wouldn't work. I handed them these. "Perfect. Exactly what we need."Published 26 days ago by Amazon Customer
I used two sets of these cables to run from my battery bank of my travel trailer to my inverter 10 feet away. So far, no issues. Read morePublished 27 days ago by kc
Never had anything above 300 watts on a 600 inverter. Wired correctly and 3 days later it doesn't work. Piece of crap don't buy.Published 1 month ago by Amazon Customer