Common Power Output Problems; Service Information; Specifications - Black & Decker BDI750 Instruction Manual

750w power inverter with usb
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Common Power Output Problems

Possible Causes
Battery voltage below 10.5 volts
Equipment being operated draws too much power
Inverter in thermal shutdown condition
AC output is shorted


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Maximum Continuous Power:
Surge Capacity:
USB Output:
Input Voltage:
Low Voltage Alarm:
Low Voltage Shutdown:
Thermal Shutdown:
Wave Form:
Input Cables:
Operating Temperature:
Storage Temperature:
Operating/Relative Humidity:
Recharge battery or check DC power supply.
Reduce load to maximum 750 watts.
Allow inverter to cool down. Ensure there is adequate
ventilation around the unit, and the load is no more
than 750 watts for continuous operation.
Unplug the AC appliance. Disconnect the unit from any
12 volt DC power source, then reconnect the unit
BEFORE plugging the appliance back in.
750 Watts
1500 Watts
5 V DC (500mA)
12.8 volts
11.0 ± 0.3 volts DC
10.5 ± 0.3 volts DC
Modified Sine Wave (MSW)
Internal: 30 Amps X3
Battery clip cables
10-20°C (50-68°F)
0-40°C (32-104°F)
5-95% non-condensing


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