Inverter wired (1/0 cables ) to batteriy shows 13.5 V on inverter indicator, I plug in lamp with 25w bulb into AC receptical,light turns on , fault red indicator light comes on and ac power(light) shuts off...fuses ok...no burning smell..no visual damage......
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Re: xantrex power inverter 1750
AWG Positive wire should be connected to one side of a 30 A relay
(typical fog lamp relay available at most automotive stores).
relay's other 30 A contact should be connected to the battery positive
post via a 10 AWG (up to 6 ft/2 m)
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You dont want to install directly to the battery as the battery will constantly produce energy draining the battery instead install it to the yellow ignition wire usually accessable under the dash so as it only runs when the vehicle is on You can also usually locate the ignition at the fuse panel
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You will need a small test lamp (its quicker) and a pre wired socket would be great. Terminals are numbered from #1 to #7 .. Ter 1 LH indicator , Ter 2 For lamp Ter 3 EARTH (most important terminal ) Ter 4 RH indicator, Ter 5 LH tail lamp , Ter ^ brake light , Ter 7 (in middle) RH tail lamp.
10 x 5 watts = 50 watts, and 50 watts at 12 v = 4.17 Amps. You can use a 5A fuse if you want to cut it close, but some lamps have a momentary draw when they're powered up that exceeds their nominal (5W) rating, so I'd suggest a 10A fuse for it.
For cable size, you should be fine with 14GA wiring for a wattage in this range.