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12V 24V Cigarette Lighter 1.2m/3.9ft

12V 24V Cigarette Lighter 1.2m/3.9ft

Product code: MRS301A

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MSRP: $28.49 Save:61.43%

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Color: Black & red

BESTEK cigarette lighter extension cords for powering 12 volt and 24 volt appliances is manufactured to run 12 volt appliances by connecting directly to car battery terminals. The cigarette lighter socket adapter is constructed using durable material that ensures durability and longevity. It features two clips that attach directly to the vehicle battery and facilitates quick as well as easy installation.

Cigarette LIghter Extension Cord Features
•  BESTEK Advantage: Clips attach directly to the vehicle battery
•  2Pcs 12 gauge cable lengthened up to 1.2m/3.9ft
•  Manufactured to power 12 volt and 24 volt appliances
•  Holds 25 Amps of Power, 300watt high power loading
•  Durable plastic material ensures durability and longevity. With 18 Months Warranty and Friendly, Easy-to-Reach Support


Package List
1 x cigarette lighter socket


Specification
Input voltage: DC10V-32VDC
Output rated current: 25A
The maximum output current: 30A
Output voltage: DC10V-32VDC
The total length:1.35m/4.4ft
Cable length: 1.2m/3.9ft
Weight: 220.0 g

FAQs

Q: Since it says 12v-24v would I get 15v out of it to run a tire compressor?
A: This just connects to your car battery. Whatever voltage that puts out (hint: its ~12V) is what this provides. There is no voltage change. 15A is no problem if thats what you meant, as others have said.
Q: How big are the clamps? Im not gonna clamp it to a car battery rather to the inside of a truck when the cigarette lighter isnt working
A: The clamps are about 4 to 5 inches long and about 1 inch at the connecting end and 3 inches at the handle. Where inside the truck do you plan on clapping them?
Q: How many watts will you get from a stand alone car battery ( car not running )?
A: Watts...? That all depends I n what size battery you are using. You also need to think about amp hours as well.

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