PowerTrip™ 480 Power Inverter (CPS480TG2U) from CyberPower connects to your
vehicle's 12V DC power outlet to simultaneously power five devices (480 watt
peak) with its three household AC outlets and two USB ports (2.1 Amp shared).
Use the AC outlets to power portable electronics while you're traveling. Dual
USB ports can charge two USB devices at the same time, including most tablets.
The PowerTrip 480 offers two options to power your devices, either from your
vehicle's 12V DC power outlet, up to 175 watts, with the included 12V DC cable
or directly from your vehicle's battery, up to 480 watts, with the included
Safety features such as
user-replaceable fuses, surge protection, and automatic shutdown protect your
connected devices and automotive battery. Other features include a status LED,
battery clamp cables, 12V DC power plug and cable, and a handle that can easily
wrap cords. The PowerTrip 480, which comes with a two-year limited warranty, is
ideal for TV and computer electronics, power and hobby tools, cordless
chargers, and other accessories that use up to 480 watts of power. NOTE:
Combined wattage not to exceed 480 watt peak using the battery cables and not
to exceed 175 watt peak using the DC cigar plug.
source: DC, USB
input: 11 - 15 VDC
output (battery clamps): 120 VAC
output (12V plug): 120 VAC
charge ports: 2
output: 5 VDC, 2.1 Amp
(internal): 2 x 25 Amp (user replaceable)
(cigar plug): 15 Amp
Sensitive Electronics Safety Features
Provide surge protection and automatic shutdown to protect electronics against
power fluctuations, high temperature, short circuit, and high or low battery
Safeguards electronics against power fluctuations from vehicle startup and
Prevents accidental power drain from your vehicle's battery.
USB Charge Ports
Rapidly charge and power USB devices such as tablets (including iPad),
smartphones, MP3 players, and other mobile accessories.
AC Power Outlets
Provide power for laptop computers, entertainment devices, and other consumer
Protect connected devices and the vehicle battery from voltage overloads.
Attach the power inverter to a vehicle battery to use peak wattage (480 watts).
12V DC Plug
Powers devices that draw 175 watts or less can use the vehicles 12V DC power
Keeps the extra cord out of the way until it's needed.