Question about Inverter Electronics - Others
Remove the load and see if the noise, etc, disappears. If it does, then gradually apply loads. If the fault returns immediately, the inverter has an internal fault. If it fails as you apply loads, than you have exceeded the capacity of the inverter, so remove a load.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
your inverter needs to cool at all times , if the fan does not work,try buying a small standing fan to blow cool air to you machine, it is possible that your heater is making the inverter to over heat please avoid using the heater on the inverter
Posted on Feb 27, 2010
Yes, just be sure connections are heavy enough wire, and obviously the inverter uses 12 vdc input. Hook jumper wires positive to positive, negative to negative, on all 12 volt batteries. Deep cycle batteries will work better than car batteries. Just remember, when re-charging them, that they last longer when charged slowly, so don't use a high amp setting on charger and to monitor them closely, and do it in a well ventilated area, away from any ignition sources.
Posted on Apr 15, 2010
If it has a 12 volt fan, you can replace it with one designed for computers that has a built-in thermistor. These fans will automatically increase or decrease their RPM depending on the ambient temperature. I have seen them in 70,80,120mm sizes. As long as the inverter is on, you do not want the fan to ever be completely off because even without load some heat is generated and can build up inside if no ventilation is present. Although the fan will never completely turn off, this might be the easiest solution if your goal is to make the inverter quieter (and use less energy) when not in use.
Posted on Oct 21, 2010
Hello, I hear you. Was the reason to supply 240 volts? When you try the inverters separately, do you get 120Volts output? Let us look at the units working individually first and go from there.
Posted on Feb 06, 2011
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