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Skip adding a power point. Just wire the inverter directly to the battery. The 12v DC plugs are not meant for that much power. Most inverters I have seen these days are sold with two power wires, one with a DC 12v plug only good for 120watts. Then a power wire with battery clamps which if using more then 120watts the clamps have to be connected directly to the battery. What size inerter are you looking at running?
Here is an example of a very good inverter install directly to the battery.
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