Ridgid Power Inverter RD97100 – Charging on the Go


In the world of electric vehicles (EV) there are two types of charging stations: stationary and portable. Stations with a permanent connection to the grid require constant maintenance, while those connected to a battery pack or solar panel can charge up when sunlight hits them. There’s no such thing as a “perfect” charger, but some chargers have better performance than others.

The most common type of charging station is one that uses a plug to connect to your home’s electrical system. These can be found at gas stations, fast food restaurants, and other places where electricity isn’t always readily available.

They’re usually small enough to fit into a backpack or purse so they don’t take up much room in your trunk.

Another type of charging station is one that plugs directly into your vehicle’s cigarette lighter socket. These are called “plug-in” chargers because they use the same kind of wall adapter used to charge cell phones and laptops.

Plug-ins aren’t as powerful as their desktop counterparts, but they do provide longer range and can charge multiple devices simultaneously.


The RV is a great way to take your power with you. You can even take an RV and add solar panels for completely green travel.

The only problem is, RVs are designed for “on the road” use, not “in the wild” use. Sometimes you need a generator to power air conditioning or to charge your electronics or refrigerator.

That’s why you need a Power Inverter.

A Power Inverter changes 12V DC power from your car or RV’s battery into usable AC power for your appliances. This RIDGID™ model reliably converts 12VDC to 110VAC 60Hz with an efficiency of 85%, providing continuous power for coffee makers, small refrigerators, microwave ovens, televisions and more.

It is also protected against short circuit and reverse polarity, preventing the damaging of the unit or connected equipment.

The RIDGID™ Power Inverter comes equipped with multiple outlets, including two additional USB ports for charging your smart phones and other digital devices. It’s perfect for those weekend tailgates or for use during prolonged power outages.

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