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I have a 3000 watt inverter,with 3 plug in outlet..how much power do I get from 1 outlet..this equipment is hook to 6 12 volt battery charge by a 60amp controller and 3 solar panel of 265watt each???

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You didn't mention what make or model of inverter. Lets assume you are in the USA and your inverter has standard the US 15 Amp three pin 125V NEMA 5-15 AC outlets. based simply on that you would have a max of 125 x 15 = 1875 watts per outlet.

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