Vehicle Generator

Do you want to have the ability to make your car a mobile generator that can run electronic devices while you and your family use them? The Elite Pro Series was designed by Wagan Tech to do just that. In pure sine waveform, these powerful inverters provide the ability to charge important electronic devices in your car, just as if you were inside your home. The reason Wagan Tech chose to use sine wave inverters was to create more power, but keep the inverter as safe as possible. A pure sine wave inverter will cycle less frequently than other inverters, but produce the same amount of energy more efficiently. Each of these inverters come with two 120V AC wall outlets, enabling you to use higher draw electronics; like a hot plate, in the case you wanted to warm up your Legacy emergency food while you are on the road. The inverters also allow you to use your car as a generator if the electricity goes out. The Elite 1000W Pro has a continuous output of 1,000 watts, which is about what a microwave uses in a home, being a very high draw device. You can use Wagan Tech’s high-powered inverters to turn your car into a generator on the road and at home.

These inverters are a great idea for families who want to be able to use their emergency products every day, and for VIP Community members who need to count on having AC capabilities while on the road. These inverters all come with a 2.1A USB port, which will help power essential communication devices. Overload protection, internal fans, and several safety features make the Elite Pro Series from Wagan Tech a game changer in the emergency preparedness industry. With so many applications, you will see an immediate return on your investment. 

Elite™ Pro Series – How to know which inverter is right for me

1.Know how many appliances will need power at the same time, and know the wattage of each.

2.If more than one appliance is being run simultaneously, add the wattages together to calculate a total number of watts. Note: If devices are rated at Amps at a rated Voltage, multiply the Amps and the Voltage to calculate the watts for that device.

3. Know the peak surge of the device or appliance. (Some devices use more power when turning on, or have a cycle that reaches a high point of wattage. This number is different than the watts it takes to operate the electronic device.)

4. To be safe, add 20% to the total wattage you calculated.

5. Select an inverter that meets your requirements.

  1. Elite 200W Pro

    Elite 200W Pro

    $129.95

    No matter where you’re going, the Elite™ 200W Pro allows you turn your car power into usable AC power. It’s small and compact, but provides the same power you would get from an outlet in your home.

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  2. Elite 400W Pro

    Elite 400W Pro

    $199.95

    The Elite™ 400W Pro allows you to plug in your devices while on the go, drawing power from your car. And with an automatic shut-off in the case of low battery or overheating, you can be assured the unit and your devices are safe. 

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  3. Elite 700W Pro

    Elite 700W Pro

    $284.95

    The Elite™ 700W Pro inverts your car’s DC power to AC power, providing outlets to plug into and giving you a way to charge useful devices as well as use small appliances. It provides quiet, clean power on the road.

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  4. Elite 1000W Pro

    Elite 1000W Pro

    $409.95

    The Elite™ 1000W Pro is an inverter, taking the power from your car and allowing you to operate a variety of appliances or devices. It’s small, and has built-in protections to keep it from overheating or short-circuiting. 

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  5. Elite™ 2000W

    Elite™ 2000W

    $949.95

    The Elite™ 2000W is an inverter that takes the power of a battery and converts it to Pure Sine Wave AC power, like an average household outlet. Off grid inverters such as this allow for continual use of dailyhousehold items with the simple help of a battery, in a variety of settings.

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Do you want to have the ability to make your car a mobile generator that can run electronic devices while you and your family use them? The Elite Pro Series was designed by Wagan Tech to do just that. In pure sine waveform, these powerful inverters provide the ability to charge important electronic devices in your car, just as if you were inside your home. The reason Wagan Tech chose to use sine wave inverters was to create more power, but keep the inverter as safe as possible. A pure sine wave inverter will cycle less frequently than other inverters, but produce the same amount of energy more efficiently. Each of these inverters come with two 120V AC wall outlets, enabling you to use higher draw electronics; like a hot plate, in the case you wanted to warm up your Legacy emergency food while you are on the road. The inverters also allow you to use your car as a generator if the electricity goes out. The Elite 1000W Pro has a continuous output of 1,000 watts, which is about what a microwave uses in a home, being a very high draw device. You can use Wagan Tech’s high-powered inverters to turn your car into a generator on the road and at home.

These inverters are a great idea for families who want to be able to use their emergency products every day, and for VIP Community members who need to count on having AC capabilities while on the road. These inverters all come with a 2.1A USB port, which will help power essential communication devices. Overload protection, internal fans, and several safety features make the Elite Pro Series from Wagan Tech a game changer in the emergency preparedness industry. With so many applications, you will see an immediate return on your investment. 

Elite™ Pro Series – How to know which inverter is right for me

1.Know how many appliances will need power at the same time, and know the wattage of each.

2.If more than one appliance is being run simultaneously, add the wattages together to calculate a total number of watts. Note: If devices are rated at Amps at a rated Voltage, multiply the Amps and the Voltage to calculate the watts for that device.

3. Know the peak surge of the device or appliance. (Some devices use more power when turning on, or have a cycle that reaches a high point of wattage. This number is different than the watts it takes to operate the electronic device.)

4. To be safe, add 20% to the total wattage you calculated.

5. Select an inverter that meets your requirements.