TGP #603 Ryobi AC/USB Charger

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【The inverter max power is 150W】 so make sure the power of the electric appliance should be less than 150W of the rated power of the inverter. Equipped with USB-A * 2 AC output * 1, you can use a wide range of home appliances such as electric blankets and lighting for a long time just like a home outlet. Ryobi 18v battery power inverter can quickly charge a wide range of devices such as smartphones, tablets, laptops, and game consoles
【Compatible with Ryobi 18V battery】:ryobi battery inverter power station for Ryobi 18V lithium battery(P102 P103 P104 P105 P107 P108 P109 P190 P122 ect) and 18V Ni-Mh battery(P100 P101 ABP1801 ABP1803 BPP1820 ect) , turning for Ryobi battery into a small generator.
【2-USB port and power supply (AC110V-120V) output】It is considered indispensable when used in environments where there is no power supply (AC110V-120V) such as power outages, camping, and sleeping in the car. The modified sine wave converts Ryobi 18 Volt lithium Battery DC power into more stable AC110V-120V AC power to power electronic devices.
【Super Bright LED Light】the high brightness LED light could last more than 25 hours. With two brightness settings and a flashing function, it can be used not only as a light in the field, but also as a flashlight and emergency light during power outages.
【Various uses】 ryobi power inverter can be used for smartphones, tablets, cameras, telescopes, fans, lights, laptops, electric blankets as a power source for earthquakes, camping, sleeping in the car, traveling, night fishing, emergencies, etc. power supply.It is a multifunctional small generator
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