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Port-A-Tree 5320

Port-A-Tree AC-DC Adaptor for Practice Trees

791-5320

made in usa
Estimated to ship on 11/29/18

$19.99
Port-A-Tree AC-DC Adaptor for Practice Trees $19.99
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Portatree Practice Tree AC-DC Adaptor
  • 100-240 Volt AC to 12V DC
  • Specifications:

    Manufacturer's Part Number:
    5320

    Step into the future of reaction time training with the Port-A-Tree Eliminator Next Gen Practice Tree! The Eliminator Next Gen combines all the features of traditional practice trees with new cutting-edge capabilities. It is compatible with all original Eliminator accessories, including foot pedals, vehicle connections, National Event trees and Portatree Mini National Event Trees.

    Includes:
    Eliminator Next Gen Practice Tree
    2 Hand Switches
  • 1/8" Stereo Jack Ends
    12V Wall Adaptor
  • 110-220V AC Input
  • 12V DC, 1A Output
  • 3.5mm, Center Pin Positive Tip
    Features:
  • Full Color Touch Screen
  • Single and Dual Player Modes
  • Ultra-Bright LED for Outdoor Use
  • 6.25" X 8.75" Case Size

  • Some parts are not legal for use in California or other states with similar laws / regulations

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