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Television - Event Date: 22 Nov 2017

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    Posted: 22 Nov 2017 at 8:57pm
Been using this one for 4 years. Never had a problem with TV or laptops.


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The Bestek 150W Power Inverter is the one I bought for use with the television. I have a larger one that I did not want to use for the television because of the larger power draw and the fan noise it makes when it is running. 150W is more than enough for the television plus it has dual USB charging ports which also can come in handy if you don't want to install a dedicated USB charging port alongside the 12V outlet you will need to install.
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That's a nice size, and I like the USB plugs. Two birds with one stone.
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Originally posted by GlueGuy

I would rather see ~~ 400 watt inverter (which could potentially pull over 30 amps, which is still pretty hefty) that had a pure sin wave.

That's the size and type (pure sine wave) we put in our 179 and it has worked out well. I can even run the humidifier on my CPAP with it.
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