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How we can stabilize the frequency in output when we run on the batteries.On mine inverter it is going up to 500 -600 Hz.

I notice this week that the frequency is not stable and I`am worried that might cause a problem to the appliances.I did measure with a frequency meter and what I have seen it unbelievable (it goes up and down 400 ,550 606 and more up to 700Hz.

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It sounds like harmonics that your measuring not the actual frequency. I would contact the factory especially if it is in warranty to be sure.

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