Question about Black & Decker Husky 750w Power Inverter
I have a Husky 750W inverter. Just bought a Kenmore 5CuFt upright freezer. Label says 1.1 amp. Called Kenmore ref amp required to run this unit, could get no answer, they did not know.
Inverter was connected to deep cycle battery showing 12.5 volts of charge. When freezer was connected to the inverter, inverter output was 107 to 108 volts. I do not think this is enough to operate this appliance. Can you help me with this problem. Thank you, Terry Black
Buy a new one more than 200 watts and always check the fuse
Posted on May 08, 2012
You are right. This is not enough to operate this freezer. You are going to need a bigger invertor it get it to work properly 900 or 1000 watt should be efficient even though it is not the best way to run the unit. If the unit has a problem you would be replacing the inverter all the time. Just FYI
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