Thursday, January 3, 2008

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...Philips 80 Watt Power Inverter. 80 watts ain't great. But being able to plug your hair dryer in and do that mess up while you're on the 405 sure is. Or you can use it to power your boom boxes, i suppose. But most of those work on batteries and/or solar power these days. Me thinks.

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Philips 80 Watt Power Inverter - $5.99
  • # Auto shutdown avoids emptying your car battery.
  • # Overload protection protects your equipment and yourself in the event of an electrical overload.
  • # Short circuit protection protects equipment and yourself in the event of a short circuit.
  • # Compact size for easy storage and usage
  • # Input polarity reverse protection
  • # Peak Output Power: 150 Watts
  • # Continuous Output Power: 80 Watts
  • # Input Voltage Range: 11-15V
  • # Output Voltage (AC): 115V
  • # Output Frequency: 60Hz
  • # Output Waveform: Modified Sine Wave
  • # Efficiency: 90%
  • # Battery Low Shutdown: 9.8 – 10.8V
  • # Low Battery Voltage Alarm: 10.4 – 11.4V
  • # Overload Protection: Yes
  • # Output Short Protection: Yes
  • # Battery Polarity Protection: Yes
  • # Replaceable Fuse: 10A


Anonymous said...

yyour hair dryer?

Joel P. said...

Heh. Good call. I need my hair dryer a lot while driving. Always swerving in and out of traffic, which causes me to spill my beer 2 out of 3 times. An inverter so i can plug in my hair dryer and dry that all up on the run would be great.