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This will cause big problems. It will not work and will
likely cause both inverters to fail. Power
inverters must create the 60Hz sign wave from a crystal controlled internal
frequency driver. It's like a clock that
keeps the timing at 60Hz. 2 independent units will have slightly different
clocks both in time and frequency. This
would cause the output waveform of one unit to be out of phase with the
second. If they are out of phase, they
will look like loads to each other and likely fail. It would be possible if the inverters had a
way to link their clocks or use only one clock. This could be designed in
however I have never seen this feature. You
can hook up multiple inverters to the low voltage side (12VDC), just don't hookup
their 120VAC output side. Hope this
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