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Wed, Oct 11, 2017

True Blue Power Introduces 2,000-watt, High-Power Inverter

Company Says It Is 50 Percent Lighter Than Comparable Units

True Blue Power today announced the company has added a 2000-watt inverter to its line of power solutions. The new TI2000 DC-to-AC Inverter provides wall outlet power to cabin and galley equipment, including personal electronic devices (PEDs), entertainment and gaming systems, microwave ovens, and coffee makers. It is ideal for VIP cabin configurations, special missions and emergency medical equipment.

The 2,000-watt inverter is smaller, more efficient and weighs only 7.7 pounds; it is 50 percent lighter than competing units. FAA TSO/EASA ETSO certified and RTCA DO-160G qualified, the TI2000 is manufactured in an AS9100C-certified facility and designed with input transient, overload and short-circuit protection up to 150 percent of the rated load.

The TI2000 DC-to-AC Inverter is on display throughout the National Business Aviation Association’s Business Aviation Convention and Exhibition (NBAA), October 10 – 12, at the Las Vegas Convention Center.

(Image provided with True Blue Power media release)

FMI: truebluepowerusa.com

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