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Author Topic: Alternator, generator, shore power, inverters, solar... (bus wiring)  (Read 10606 times)
Iceni John
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« Reply #15 on: February 24, 2014, 09:17:49 PM »

Why did you do that?  Did it draw too much from your other inverter?
Yes, I'm curious too, as that's what I also plan on doing, sort of.   I've been told I can have a small chest freezer for free, and if it draws low enough power I'll use it on its own Morningstar 300W TSW inverter, using an external thermostat so it runs as a fridge (a "fridger").   I just bought a Kill A Watt P4400 to check its power consumption  -  I wonder how its Watts will compare with its VA?


1990 Crown 2R-40N-552 (the Super II):  6V92TAC / DDEC II / Jake,  HT740.     Hecho en Chino.
2kW of solar on the roof.
Behind the Orange Curtain, SoCal.
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