Sterling 'Pro Power Q' Quasi Sine Wave Inverter - 12V 800W

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Price:  £136.68   (£113.90 Exc. VAT)

Product code:  P01410



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The Sterling 'Pro Power Q' quasi (or modified) sine wave power inverter is ideal for running 95% of 230V AC equipment such as microwaves, TVs, blenders, vacuum cleaners etc. from your 12V battery.  It has a peak power of 1200W, a continuous of 800W and several in-built safety features as standard. It will operate the majority of 240V electrical products with the exception of thyristor-controlled items (examples are bread makers and washing machines) and is a more cost-effective option than a pure sine wave inverter.

Suitable for use in any vehicle or boat with a 12V system.


  • Quasi or modified sine waveform output
  • Compact size
  • Aluminium housing for superior heat transfer and durability
  • LED power status indicators
  • Master on/off switch
  • Automatic shut-down on low battery voltage
  • Automatic shut-down on overload
  • Automatic shut-down on over-temperature
  • High surge capacity
  • Output short circuit protected
  • Input polarity protected
  • Auto-resetting
  • UK and continental 240V sockets
  • 2 year warranty


  • Nominal input voltage rating: 10.0 - 15.0 VDC
  • Output voltage: 230VAC 50Hz
  • Standby current draw: < 0.5A
  • Continuous power: 800W
  • Peak power: 1200W
  • Low battery voltage warning: 10.5V DC
  • Low battery shut-down voltage: 10V DC
  • Cooling: Variable speed fan
  • 12V connection: approx. 1m pre-wired cables with 10.6mm dia ring terminals
  • Output socket: UK & Continental
  • Body material: Aluminium with plastic end caps
  • Fixing hole diameter: 5mm
  • Weight: 2kg
  • Overall dimensions: 280 (L) x 160 (W) x 65 (H) mm


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Part Number:  I12800

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Friday, 17 May 2019  | 

The casing seems a bit tinny and the cables would have been better for what i need with crocadile clips ends .As i needed a power sorse out across the fields to trim sheep tails to stop fly strike