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Powertech 240V AC to 12V DC 7.5A Adapter
A handy solution for powering 12V equipment such as car coolers, small to medium sized camping fridges, etc, from a mains AC power source. Supplied with a 1.5m output lead with cigarette socket output, making connection simple and easy.
Features & Specifications:
- Input voltage: 240VAC
- Output voltage: 12VDC
- Output current: 7.5A
- Dimensions: 157(L) x 90(W) x 57(H)mm
- Approval Number: Q060129
- Weight: 0.7kg
- Please check the maximum output current needed for your device is less than 7.5A including the start-up power draw (which is more than the average operating draw). If your device requires a higher output this unit is not suitable and warranty will be void. Any damage caused by use of a device which can draw more than 7.5A is at the buyers cost, so please check this first prior to ordering.
- Not suitable for commercial purposes.
- For larger and/or more powerful fridges, please see our 12.5A Adapter.
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working wellBy: Paul on 3 July 2018working well on large portable fridge, prob better that the one that came with fridge that didn't last long! handy to have for other things that might need to run off 240v to 12. would definitely recommend it to anyone.
Waeco Power Supply fantastic!By: Steve Fraser on 15 May 2018Great adapter - well boxed, arrived very quickly, as ordered - works perfectly on my Waeco
GrahamBy: Graham Oliver on 30 April 2018Item works well and is half the price of a Waeco unit.
The fan is a bit noisy, but it does the jobBy: Sando on 13 January 2018I've just run my camp fridge on the adapter for 3 weeks and it did just what it was meant to. The fan is a bit noisy, but at the price you can't complain.
12 volt power supply.By: Roy Donkin on 24 December 2017Have used these units on 12v portable fridges. Due to living 'on the road', having a second fridge is sensible. Usually run the 2nd fridge on 12v care of solar. When on power, then I use this type of power source. Last one went on holiday, ordered the replacment, made adjustment, now in use. First improvement I noticed was the fan which cools the power unit inside. Good idea, especially in our climate, will add to a longer life. Even if you arrange the unit so it has proper air flow, the fan will help. Air flow to cool the electronics is a must. The only issue I have had in the past is the cigarette lighter attachment. Because I rely on this to deliver the power supply to the fridge, in warm/hot weather this connection becomes very warm. Thereby affecting the power delivery, resulting in loss of fridge operation. To correct this, cut the connector off, making sure it is not plugged into 240v first. Attach a Anderson plug to the power supply, also the fridge power cord. Making an easy connection, reliable fridge operation. Aside from this alteration, I have had no issues with these units. Footnote, the old unit was found to have a broken solder join, so now have a backup unit to the new one. Would not hesitate to recommend these for this purpose. Making the connection change is my choice, although it seems to be a common on among travellers who use these to run 2nd fridges.