Tripp Lite gets EC/ECE certification

Tripp Lite’s Inverter tests compliant with European EC/ECE requirements for automotive products.

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By  Sarah Gain Published  May 5, 2005

Chicago-based power protection equipment manufacturer, Tripp Lite, which provides products such as UPS systems designed specifically for personal computers and premium surge suppressors has revealed that the PVINT375 PowerVerter Ultra-Compact Inverter has tested compliant with European EC/ECE requirements for automotive products. This certification is applicable throughout Europe, including the EU and Eastern Europe, as well as in Japan. The Gulf Coast countries and certain Central and South American countries also accept EC/ECE test reports. The compact, lightweight PVINT375 provides power on the road or whenever regular mains power is unavailable. It converts 12-volt DC power to AC power compatible with 220-240V/50Hz electrical equipment, delivering 300 watts of continuous power and 600 watts of instantaneous peak surge power for notebook computers, electronic notepads, battery chargers, cell phones, power tools and other electrical equipment. The PVINT375 features a one-meter input DC cable with a connector that fits any 12-volt automotive cigarette lighter jack, and a universal outlet that accepts French, German or UK-style AC input connectors and a variety of other international plug sets. The device also features a low battery alarm, automatic low voltage shutoff to preserve battery charge, a lighted power switch, a built-in cooling fan, a replaceable automotive-type fuse, and a rugged all-metal case.

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