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It is my understanding that the answer is dependent on comparing the charger input in volt-amps with the output of the inverter. The general formula is that amps are equal to volt-amps divided by volts. Your camera's specifications require an input of 21 VA at 100 V or an amperage of 0.21. This Bestek model produces… see more It is my understanding that the answer is dependent on comparing the charger input in volt-amps with the output of the inverter. The general formula is that amps are equal to volt-amps divided by volts. Your camera's specifications require an input of 21 VA at 100 V or an amperage of 0.21. This Bestek model produces 300 to 350 watts (volts x amps) at 110 to 120 volts, or slightly less than 3 amps which is greater than the 0.21 amps required by your charger and therefor should work. see less It is my understanding that the answer is dependent on comparing the charger input in volt-amps with the output of the inverter. The general formula is that amps are equal to volt-amps divided by volts. Your camera's specifications require an input of 21 VA at 100 V or an amperage of 0.21. This Bestek model produces 300 to 350 watts (volts x amps) at 110 to 120 volts, or slightly less than 3 amps which is greater than the 0.21 amps required by your charger and therefor should work.
SSUMM
· September 2, 2014
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 power my digital tv receiver (a converter box digital signal to analog ) witch l have in my car
Samuel T.
· October 21, 2014
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no, it is designed to convert from a 12 volt dc auto battery steady power source to ac current
john smith
· April 29, 2015
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I believe it should work fine. We used it to charge phones and power laptops all at the same time. Not sure how smooth the ride is and the WII not skipping..its just like a DVD player
MWNance
· May 12, 2014
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In my opinion any half decent electronic should last more than 5 months. If your thinking of replacing it with the same one, had ours since August And its "stored" on the floor of my car and still works. I agree you should contact the manufacturer.
MN Mom
· January 18, 2014
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The unit when in use is not extremely loud but yes you can hear the fan but I would not say that it is loud.
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Ron Patterson
· October 9, 2015
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You must check your vacuum for wattage. It has 300 watts continuous power and 700 watts peak. Continuous is for normal operation and peak is for initial motor surge. Both must be below the 300/700 watts rating. Unless it's a tiny hand vacuum, I would not. It was built primarily for electronics and small electrical… see more You must check your vacuum for wattage. It has 300 watts continuous power and 700 watts peak. Continuous is for normal operation and peak is for initial motor surge. Both must be below the 300/700 watts rating. Unless it's a tiny hand vacuum, I would not. It was built primarily for electronics and small electrical appliances. Vacuums and blowdryers normally fall in the 800 watts+ range inverters. see less You must check your vacuum for wattage. It has 300 watts continuous power and 700 watts peak. Continuous is for normal operation and peak is for initial motor surge. Both must be below the 300/700 watts rating. Unless it's a tiny hand vacuum, I would not. It was built primarily for electronics and small electrical appliances. Vacuums and blowdryers normally fall in the 800 watts+ range inverters.
Kevin
· March 13, 2015
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A laptop, or other like device needs a sine wave inverter, not a modified, or square wave, like this inverter. Initially you wont see any damage, but over time you will do damage to your electronics.
DB62
· October 2, 2014
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I called Bestek. They tell me that there is no user-accessible fuse in this inverter. There's a 40 Amp (!!!) fuse soldered into the circuit board but none integrated into the cigarette lighter adapter.
StevenHB
· April 3, 2015
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Yes it can charge a MacBook Pro. The MacBook charger is around 65watts for the 13” version so there is more than enough power for it.
Chris
· December 23, 2019