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Powermax PM3-100 110-120V to 12V DC 100 Amp Power Supply Converter

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Original price $187.59 - Original price $187.59
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$187.59
$187.59 - $187.59
Current price $187.59
Built-in 3 Stage Smart Charge
Reliable, Safe and Clean AC/DC Power
Reverse Polarity, Overload and Thermal Protection
UL and CUL Approved
Authorized Dealer

DC Output Voltage (No Load) approx.: 13.6V (DC)
Output Voltage Tolerance (no + or – Load): .7%
Output Amperage, Max Continuous: 100 Amps
Output Voltage (Full Load) approx.: >13.4V (DC)
Maximum Power Output, Continuous: 1440 Watts
Input Voltage Range: 105-135 AC
Input Voltage Frequency: 47-63
Maximum AC Current @ 108VAC: 15 Amps
Typical Efficency: >85%
Max Inrush Current, Single Cycle: 40 Amps
Short Circuit Protection: Yes
Overload Protection: >100%
Line Regulation: 100mV rms
Load Regulation: <1.0%
Fan Control: Proportional
Thermal Protection: Yes
Working Temp Range: 0-45C
Storage Temp: -20 to 80C
Withstand Voltage: 1240V @ leads
Dimensions: 7.15" x 10.5" x 3.45"
Weight: 5.0lbs

1 x 100 Amp AC to DC Converter/Charger

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