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Marts 120A 110-220V AC to 12.3v-14.4v DC Power Supply & Battery Charger with Volt/Amp Meter

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Marts 120A 110-220V AC to 12.3v-14.4v DC Power Supply & Battery Charger

Much more security for your sound project, the Digital Voltmeter ensures the measurement of the battery voltage, identifying the variations that can cause burning or damage to equipment.

    Features:

    • Voltage Input: Auto 127/220Vac
    • Max Voltage Range 127Vac: 90 ~ 140Vac
    • Max Voltage Range 220Vac: 160 ~ 260Vac
    • Max Consumption Input 127Vac: 25A
    • Max Consumption Input 220Vac: 12A
    • Max Power Input: 1900W
    • Max Power Output: 1700W
    • Max Efficiency: 90%
    • Output Voltage: 12.3Vdc a 14.4Vdc
    • Max Current Output: 130A
    • Wire Gauge Input: 3x14AWG
    • Input Circuit Break: 32A
    • Output Terminals: 4AWG
    • Power Strip Recommended: 2x14AWG until 30m / 2X12AWG until 50m
    • Dimensions: 240x220x66mm

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