XPower Powerpack 1,500-watt Portable Backup Power System

The XPower Powerpack 1,500-watt portable backup power system is an excellent alternative to a generator. It produces no noise or fumes and has no moving parts. It features a built-in 1500 watt inverter and sealed, non-spillable 60 Amp-hour AGM battery. The Xpower can be utilized to produce power for numerous applications like power emergencies to run essential appliances like refrigerators, cordless/mobile phones, radios, fireplace fans, table lamps, or microwaves. It can also be used for work sites to power numerous electric-powered tools like drills, belt sanders, circular saws, hedge trimmers, leaf blowers, vacuums, computers, large monitors, fax machines, and inkjet printers. Xpower can even be used for plain fun to provide power source to run blenders, video games, TV and VCRs, satellite equipment, coffee makers, portable coolers and more.

This back up power system is consists of a battery pack that is capable of storing electrical energy. It is a state-of-the-art electronics that convert 12 volts from the battery pack to household power, an AC power panel that contains two standard outlets and a DC power panel that is used to run 12 volt products. It features a built-in battery level indicator that confirms the charge level. XPower Powerpack has a high surge protection and automatic over-temperature and overload shutdown features that keeps this back up power system running safely and efficiently. It likewise comes with a low voltage alarm and shutdown that prevents deep battery discharge. The XPower Powerpack is rechargeable from home (up to 15 hours) or your vehicle (6 to 8 hours). It has a padded grip towing handle that enables easy removal from storage in tight places and has built-in handles on sides for easy lifting. It measures 14.8 x 15.6 x 12.3 inches (HxWxD) and weighs 60 pounds.

Posted 2010-11-22 and updated on Nov 22, 2010 5:48pm by richard

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