Ring E:Can - 12v Car Socket - 240V 3 Pin UK Mains Socket, 150w
CAN Style Inverter with USB Socket.240V mains electricity on the go!
Provides the power to run electronic equipment from a vehicle power outlet with the added benefit of a Can style which allows mounting in most Cup holders and a USB socket for charging or powering MP3 players and other USB devices.
Transform your vehicle into a mobile office or home from home and never be caught short of electrical power again! Simply insert the Ring E:Can into your car's cigarette lighter socket and plug in any appliance upto 150w
Suitable for Smaller Electrical items needing up to 150W like:
Mobile Phone Charger, Portable Stereo, Games Charger, Laptop, Small TV, Inkjet type printers etc.
Small and light, Can style that fits most In-Car Cup holders
The Ring E:Can is a Can sized inverter that fits most vehicle drinks holders
Integral USB charging socket
allows the recharging of MP3 players and other USB devices150W
power designed to run laptop computers, video game consoles, phone chargers and many more applications
Auto shutdown which protects the inverter against overload, short circuit, over temperature and low vehicle battery conditions
LED Power monitor illuminates green when power is on
TechnicalRing E:Can Technical Details
|Maximum power rating (watts)||150W (30 Mins), 120W (4 hrs)|
|Peak power (watts) 0.01 seconds||240W|
|Stand by current (amps)||<0.4A|
|Waveform||Modified Sine Wave|
|Input voltage range||10-15 volts DC|
|240v AC socket (BS approved)||3 pin UK Socket|
|USB Socket||USB2 DC5V|
|Cooling Fan||Yes / Continuous|
|Dimensions (D x H)||66mm x 180mm|
|Certification||e and CE approved|
The Ring E:Can Inverter with USB Socket(RINVC150) is not designed to run products that provide heat such as hair dryers, heaters and irons.
Some products can be a little more sensitive to use with modified sine wave inverters, so there is a small possibility this inverter will not be compatible with this type of equipment. Unfortunately there is no way of knowing until it is connected, but should you find this to be the case there is no problem returning this unit for a full refund.
You can calculate the approximate current draw or wattage using the following formula:
Wattage/Supply Voltage = Current - or - Supply Voltage x Current = Wattage
48W/12V= 4 Amps
12V x 4A = 48W