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Ring Automotive RINVU150 12V Modified Sinewave 120W Inverter £17.99 @ Maplin
Ring Automotive RINVU150 12V Modified Sinewave 120W Inverter £17.99 @ Maplin

Ring Automotive RINVU150 12V Modified Sinewave 120W Inverter £17.99 @ Maplin

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Ring Automotive RINVU150 12V Modified Sinewave 120W Inverter

• 120W continuous output to power a range of household appliances
• Modified sinewave output
• 240Vac output to power a product without additional converters
• 12Vdc plug socket to allow a single connection into a car accessory socket
• Weighs only 580g and its compact design (234mm x 234mm x 85mm) prevents it getting in the way
• 2.1A USB connection to charge an additional device such as a Smartphone or Tablet

7 Comments

You won't be able to power too many devices with such a low power.
This days a power bank is more convenient in most situations.

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vadiro

You won't be able to power too many devices with such a low power.This … You won't be able to power too many devices with such a low power.This days a power bank is more convenient in most situations.


Yea true but AFAIK you will only get 10w out of a power bank? So it would be useless for laptops, dvd players etc.

vadiro

You won't be able to power too many devices with such a low power.This … You won't be able to power too many devices with such a low power.This days a power bank is more convenient in most situations.


I really don't understand this comment? This should be more than enough for most laptops etc.
If you're referring to power banks in their most common term (i.e. the 5000mAH type batteries that have a USB output), I don't understand how this would be relevant to this product's intended purpose?

This will be fine for a laptop

vadiro

You won't be able to power too many devices with such a low power.This … You won't be able to power too many devices with such a low power.This days a power bank is more convenient in most situations.


How can you power a 240w device with a power bank? Your comment is the most stupid I've seen today. This is only £12.99 and better quality

BigBuds

How can you power a 240w device with a power bank? Your comment is the … How can you power a 240w device with a power bank? Your comment is the most stupid I've seen today. This is only £12.99 and better quality



Considering that the power of this Inverter is 120W you wont be able to power your 240W device.

Anyway, I never talked about laptops.
What I was trying to say, is that this days most of the portable devices can be USB and also that most of the other devices that you may want tu use would need more than 120W.

vadiro

Considering that the power of this Inverter is 120W you wont be able to … Considering that the power of this Inverter is 120W you wont be able to power your 240W device.Anyway, I never talked about laptops. What I was trying to say, is that this days most of the portable devices can be USB and also that most of the other devices that you may want tu use would need more than 120W.


I meant Volts not watts my mistake. For example I couldn't power my 90w tv with a power bank as it needs a 240v input.
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