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Power When Away From Home | Using a Power Inverter

Posted on March 9, 2011
A power inverter running off a battery changes D.C. power to traditional A.C. power. You can use an inverter to supply power to devices such as televisions, microwaves, computers or power tools. They provide power in areas where you normally would not have access to standard 115-120 Volts AC from the power grid (ex: your home wall outlet). You simply connect the inverter to the battery and plug your device into the inverter. This is a great solution for having an easy to use, portable power supply. read more...

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