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Dometic PerfectPower PP 2004

Inverter, 2000 W, 24 V

This high-performance sine wave inverter turns 24 V battery voltage into a sine wave like 230 V alternating voltage. It has enough power to supply energy-hungry appliances, such as hair dryers, toasters, filter coffee machines, electric kettles or vacuum cleaners. The mains priority circuit and soft-start feature give these power appliances a gentle jump start.

Art nr: 9600000249

Product Highlights

Nice and neat
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Nice and neat

All cables are on the back of the device - neat and tidy!

Easy access
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Easy access

Front with 230 V socket and input fuse for external mains power

230 V AC sine wave like voltage output

High peak output for powerful devices

Mains priority circuit integrated as standard

Overload and short-circuit protection

2000 W continuous output

4000 W peak output

External on/off switch for convenient operation from the dashboard

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Product Description

Inverter, 2000 W, 24 V

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Equivalent to IP21

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Dometic PP 1002, PP 1004, PP 2002, PP 2004 - Installation and Operating Manual EMEA16

Installation and Operating Manual

Inverters with modified sine wave voltage

Inverters with modified sine wave voltage

High product quality, a distinctive look, top technology, numerous comfort features: the Dometic PerfectPower series inverters provide everything a premium appliance should. The units up to 550 watts are particularly light and compact. They turn 12 or 24 volt battery voltage into a sine-wave-like 230-volt AC, which is fully adequate for a multitude of applications. Installation is quick and easy. Adjustable clip-on mounts allow for perfect adaptation to individual needs. For those looking for extra comfort and prefer activating their inverter from the dashboard, there is an additional outlet for an external switch.

Modified sine wave

Modified sine wave

The inverters in the PerfectPower PP series generate a modified sine wave voltage. That means the voltage produces a stepped curve simulating a pure sine wave. The result is an output voltage of stable amplitude and frequency, which is absolutely fine for many electric devices. For sensitive electronics, opt for an inverter producing a pure sine wave voltage (SinePower series).

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