With the DEWALT DXAEPS2 professional grade jump starter and power station, you can rest easy knowing you have all your power needs whether you are headed to the beach, campsite, or tailgate party. This compact, portable device with a low profile housing design will test your alternator to make sure it is in proper working order and delivers serious jump-starting power with 2800 peak amps and 1400 instant starting amps. That's enough power to jump-start a 12 volt AGM, GEL, and WET battery in your car, truck, SUV, motorcycle, boat, RV, ATV, or tractor; all without the need to use another vehicle for assistance. Simply connect the powder coated heavy duty metal clamps to the battery with extra long 36" cables for better power transfer, turn on the switch, and start your vehicle. The reverse polarity alarm will alert you when there is an improper connection. A high-powered LED light and LCD screen readout with real time information helps you work in the dark. This jump starter is equipped with alternator check, a 1000W inverter, and a digital 120 PSI air compressor with Autostop functionality and SureFit nozzle to help inflate tires that have low pressure. The built-in dual 120V AC outlets and dual 3.1 Amp USB ports come in handy to charge your phone and electronic devices for up to 10 hours. It features an integrated charging cube (a 120V charging adapter) that allows the DEWALT DXAEPS2 jump starter to be charged using a standard household extension cord, so you don't need to keep track of a separate specific charging cable. Convenient storage bag is included for clamps and cables when not in use. Extension cord sold separately. Includes a limited 1 year manufacturer warranty.
2800 Peak Amp jump starter / 1000 Watt Power Inverter / 120 PSI Compressor
LCD screen with real-time information
Powder coated heavy duty metal clamps with extra long 36" cables for better power transfer
Dual 3.1 Amp high output USB outlets
LED work light and a storage bag for clamps and cables
Note: Please refer the user manual below for better use