Streetwize 2000 Watt (4000w Peak) Power Inverter

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A general-purpose power inverter designed with camping and caravan use in mind, converting power from a 12-volt vehicle battery or leisure battery to UK mains voltage to power or charge a range of popular equipment and appliances on the campsite, without a mains hookup.

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Power up Your Adventures with the Streetwize 2000W Modified Sine Wave Inverter - Perfect for Caravanners, and Campers!

If you are in need of a reliable and powerful solution to access power while on the go, then the Streetwize Modified Sine Wave Inverter is an ideal choice! Perfect for drivers, caravanners, campers, and tradespeople who need access to a power supply when they are in a remote area, on-site, or where there is restricted access to a mains electricity supply.

This powerful 2000W (4000W peak) modified sine wave inverter can safely convert your vehicle's 12V DC battery to a 230V AC power supply. Suitable for powering UK standard appliances of up to 15000W, this inverter lets you charge your laptops, mobile phones, LCD TVs, DVD players, corded heavy-duty tools, cordless power tool chargers, and more.

Designed with a sturdy anodized aluminium case and a built-in cooling fan, this inverter is ideal for use with 12V cars, 4x4s, lorries, and motorcycles, as well as caravans, motorhomes, and boats. The inverter is powered through the battery of your vehicle and includes battery connector cables to connect the inverter to the 12V battery.

This inverter works with a vehicle's battery whether the engine is turned on or off (accessory mode), so there is no need to have the engine running - meaning that it is ideally suited for stand-alone leisure batteries on the camping site as well as car or caravan batteries. So if you're looking for a reliable and powerful solution to access mains electrical power while on the road, the Streetwize Modified Sine Wave Inverter is the perfect choice for you!

Key Features and Specifications

  • 2000W continuous power
  • 4000W peak power
  • Converts 12V DC to 230V AC power supply
  • Two 3-pin UK plug socket outlets
  • Single USB charge port outlet
  • Anodized aluminium case with built-in cooling fan.
  • Multiple electrical protection features including low voltage, over voltage, overload, short circuit & overheating.
  • Supplied with battery connector cables
  • Not suitable for operating medical equipment, fluorescent lights and printers
  • Recommended battery size: 12V/200Ah
  • Running time at continuous power: 1 hour

What Does "Modified Sine Wave Inverter" Mean?

A modified sine wave inverter is a type of inverter that converts direct current (DC) power into alternating current (AC) power. The output waveform of a modified sine wave inverter is not a smooth sine wave as found in the home, but rather a series of steps or pulses. This type of inverter is more affordable than a pure sine wave inverter, whilst being more efficient than the older style of square wave inverter.

Modified sine wave inverters are typically used for appliances and equipment that are not sensitive to power fluctuations, such as lights, fans, and some tools. They may not be suitable for devices that have motors, such as refrigerators, vacuum cleaners, and power tools, or sensitive items such as computers. The more usual use of this type of inverter is to power a charger to charge up a laptop computer or cordless power tools, rather than providing direct power to this type of equipment

Uses of a Modified Sine Wave Inverter

Streetwize modified sine wave inverters are general-purpose inverters designed for use in cars, campervans, motorhomes, boats or on campsites (protected from the outside elements). They are ideally suited to

  • Charging laptop batteries or powering a laptop via its battery whilst charging
  • Phone and tablet charging
  • Non-ballast lighting (bulbs and LED lights) in caravans and tents
  • Charging cordless power tool batteries
  • Powering water pumps
  • Powering low-wattage appliances with a heating element such as a kettle or toaster

What is a Modified Sine Wave Unsuitable For?

Streetwize modified sine wave inverters are not suitable / not recommended for:

  • Solar installations
  • Medical equipment, such as CPAP machines with humidifiers
  • Power tools running on AC motor and variable speed controls
  • Some Newer TV’s – refer to manufacturer guide.
  • Items with digital clocks and electric timers including washing machines and bread makers.
  • Devices that use thyristors like laser printers and photocopiers
  • Fluorescent lights
  • Audio Equipment, satellite systems and video equipment
  • High power items which use an AC motor such as larger fridges, microwaves and compressors.