Lone Star Dc-AC Inverter Kits

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LS03-0630212Vdc115VAC 60Hz Pure Sine Wave
LS03-0630424Vdc115VAC 60Hz Pure Sine Wave
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This portable inverter kit provides airborne or military vehicles with an AC outlet to operate low power devices on 115 or 220 AC voltages. The inverter kit includes an FAA -TSO Approved Power Adapter for 24vdc and a MIL C-5015 connector for 12 vdc systems, a 36 inch harness and Pelican case for transporting to and from your base of operation. The Inverter Kit meets FAA TSO, MIL STD C-5015 qualified for panel power and UL safety requirements for the inverter’s GFCI AC receptacle for operator safety.

This Inverter will operate common devices such as: iPad, iPod, cell, iPhone, Head-Set chargers, portable radios, CO2 sensors, battery backup systems, cameras for recording, remote sensing, weather data, instrumentation, laptops, EFBs, PC tablets as well as passenger entertainment products to a maximum of 200 watts. The included Power Adapter is FAA TSO approved for a straight forward installation for aircraft, rotor-craft and or military vehicle. Markets served in experimental, general aviation, business class, transport aircraft as well as public safety, military and marine applications
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  • Inverter: Portable Plug in Kit: 200 watts
  • Input Voltage: 12 or 24 vdc (Nominal)
  • Single Phase: PURE SINE WAVE
  • Operating Temp: -45C to +50 C
  • Circuit Protection: OV, UV, OT, SC, OC
  • Altitude: 30k Ft.
  • Size: 5.80W x 2.50H x 8.30L
  • Light Weight: 3.0 lbs.
  • DO160G RTCA Tested
  • FAA TSO Approved (Power Adapter)


  • FAA TSO Power Adapter: LS03-05025
  • Harness 36 inches, Call for custom App
  • Efficiency: 91%
  • EMI C/R: FCC Class A, EN55022 Class A
  • Overload Surge: 400 watts:
  • Weight: 3 lbs.
  • GFCI AC Receptacle:
  • COTS Stock Program



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Q: What is the Max input current at 12 VDC?

Max input current is 20 amps at 12vdc with a 200w load.

Q: How do you plug this into the aircraft?

There is a plug and harness that you hard wire to the aircraft electrical system.

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