I have a Coleman 1500 Watts power inverter that turns on (green led lits), but has no output. When I check the manual for that condition,it says that battery are not fully charged, recharge battery and reconnect again. The thing is batteries are fully charged, so it is not the cause of problem.
I opened it and found a loose cable. I soldered it (it is the cable that provides current to the red led which indicates a fault condition), and after soldering, I tested the unit and again the green led is on, red led off and still no output (red led is working perfectly after soldering).
Can anyone help me out with that?
The problem is one of the chips that run down the middle of the main board is burnt. If you check the fuses on the board you will find that at least one is blown. That chip is allowing a surge and it fries the fuses.
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Re: Coleman 1500 power inverter has no output
I believe that the actual unit may have other problems and that you will need a schematic to aid in your troubleshooting of this issue. Once you have the schematic and a multiment you can check the voltages to see if things ar as they should be and then we can look at what is happening.
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It is most likely the low voltage alarm. Suggest connecting when the car is running with no load (110 volts not connected). If the alarm continues turn the unit off and on to reset.
Hope this helps?
Inverter Protection Features
• Short Circuit Protection. The inverter will automatically shut down until short is removed.
• Low Voltage Alarm. An alarm will sound when the voltage from the battery discharges to 10.5 +/- 0.5 volts DC. This is an indication that the battery needs to be recharged.
• Over Voltage Protection. The RED LED Indicator Light will illuminate and the inverter will automatically turn itself off when the input exceeds 16.5 +/- 1 volt DC.
• Under Voltage Protection. The RED LED Indicator Light will illuminate and the inverter will automatically turn itself off when the input is less than 10.0 +/- 0.5 volts DC.
• Overload Protection. The RED LED Indicator Light will illuminate and the inverter will automatically turn itself off when the continuous draw of the equipment being operated exceeds 1200 watts or the surge draw of the equipment exceeds 2400 watts.
• Thermal Protection. The RED LED Indicator Light will illuminate and the inverter will automatically turn itself off when the circuit temperature exceeds 150° F
Normally, it's the amperage draw, that is of concern. It is normally printed on the manufacturers data sheet some where. Watts are typically the output from it, and can be found by multiplying the voltage, by the amps drawn. ie- 220v x 50amps =11,000 watts output. 110v x 15 amps = 1650 watts of power. There is a formula to then calculate the BTU's from the resulting answer. You can multiply the watts by 3.412, to get the BTU output.
Could you check your SyncMaster 2233 for me and tell me your findings. If this monitor is connected from your computer and when both switch on, did the led indication lamp from your monitor lit steady green? or this lead indication lamp lit green then turns red?
1. If the led indication lamp lit steady green then there is nothing wrong with the settings, configurations, driver or hardware on your computer. The problem would be the backlight inverter lamp in your monitor is busted. Or it could be the inverter board that supplies high voltage for the backlight inverter lamp that is bad. You can replace the backlight inverter lamp located at the upper and lower part of the monitor with a replacement part you can purchase at shoppejimmy.com. Inverter board repair can be risky if you don't have the skill. Even opening the back cover of your monitor and replace by yourself the inverter lamp is risky too, could inflict more damage. you can bring it to a local professional service man.
2. If the led indication lamp lit green then turns red, then if not the video card the power supply section from your monitor is bad, you can replace polarized capacitor with same value. Just inspect and those with blown or leaking capacitor. You can also check the terminals and solder joints for the 15-pin vga terminal connector where vga cable is connected on your monitor. Resolder the terminals.
3. If the red indication lamp did not lit at all. Power supply section in the monitor is bad. You can check the output voltage from the power supply section. +5VDC is supplied for the main board and +24VDC is for the inverter board. Replace leaking or blown capacitor with same value.
Just remember, this should be done when computer and monitor is turn off Post back if you have more questions. I am willing to give you assistance.
It would show overload if you're drawing more power than it can supply. 1500 Watts is a very high output for an inverter but that is the maximum it's capable of. As with any electrical supply you should not draw the maximum power it's capable of as this can cause it to burn out. Around 1200 would be the max you should draw continuously. You need to check the power requirements of whatever you're running on it. Also you need to check that it's capable of taking 13.8 volts. If 12 volts is the recommended input, putting in 13.8 will increase the voltage output which could damage appliances being run on it.