I have a honeywell ht-800 fan and want to run it on a dc power inverter I just want to know what the wattage rating is i have a 75, 400, & 1100 watt inverter. I don't want to put it on too big of an inverter to help conserve the car battery. thank you
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no you need to know the wattage of the item you are trying to power. To find the wattage of the item you are trying to power is simple. Some will say directly others will give you the amps (ie. .5amps, 1.2 amps.) you take the amps and multiply it by the volts that it says. All this info is on the item you are trying to power with the inverter. The answer is what it will take to power that item. example .5amps x 240v = 120 w so in this instance you would need an inverter that would produce at least 120w so in this case the 150w inverter would work. Good Luck, have a grt day
Question does not seem to match this inverters capability.
This Power Inverter converts vehicle’s 12-volt DC power into household 115-volt AC power. AC and USB outlets power and/or recharge personal electronics.
We have owned one of these Power inverters for over a year now and have run a great deal with it, from TV to drill press PC and any thing that was small and that could run from my car. Very nice product.
SET UP: Connect wires. ensure correct polarity, push button on top. Plug in 110 volt appliance.