Question about Superex Electronics - Others
In order to produce 100 watts at 120 volts, the current will be 1.2 amps. But if you are producing that power from 12 volts input, the current will be at least 10 times the output current, and that would be at 100% efficiency, which is impossible to achieve, The efficiency could be assumed to be around 70% though, meaning that the current input required to produce 100 watts at the output would be somewhere around 13 amps. That's a lot of continuous power drawn from a cig. lighter, and the load might blow the fuse or breaker for that circuit.
Posted on Apr 24, 2017
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
It should be the fuse. They are located under the hood in the fuse box with the relays. you probably plugged something in that was faulty or needed to much power. the fuse is only a 10. i upped mine to a 20.
Posted on Mar 27, 2009
please check the voltage of the battery may be the voltage of battery is low or use the multi meter and check DC volts before conneceting the battery and after conneceting once more check the DC volts it could slove the problem
the beeping sound is due to battery low voltage
what is the DC input of the Inverter check the battery hook up if the inverter is of example DC 24 volts please check what is the input
Posted on Nov 17, 2009
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