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My AT4 has a 400 watt inverter (stock) that is shared between the plug in the center console and a plug in the bed.  It's nice to have the extra amps.

 

Does anyone know the specs of this inverter?  Is it a modified sine wave, or a pure sine wave inverter? 

 

I see the previous gen stock trucks with the option only had a modified sine wave 100 watt inverter.

 

Thanks! 

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My guess is modified sine wave.

To be sure an oscilloscope  hooked up would  tell you.

 

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It doesn't seem like it can handle that much, a basic power tool or an air pump but that's about it.   I tried to plug in a kids baseball pitching machine to it and it wouldn't do a thing with that.   Oh well. 

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Yeah 400 watts isn't much. Pump for an air mattress, phone charger, power tool battery charger, small radio, mini air compressor, etc. Don't plan on running a shop vac or microwave off of it.

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