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Can these be battery operated? If so can this be done.


Yes, you go through a converter.Check the attached links,
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I have a P0A94 CODE and PA094 pd


prius huh, one of the most complex cars made and you want
DIY diagnosis? ever work high voltage and currents?

if not get it fixed.
first connect a prius aware scan tool and see if there are more DTCs.
Trouble Code: p0a94
DC / DC Converter Performance
Trouble Code Conditions:
The monitor will run whenever the following DTC is not present: - Boost converter overvoltage (OVL) signal detection (circuit malfunction)
Possible Causes:
  • * Inverter with converter assembly

this is high voltage system, and has killed mechanics fiddling it with out HV certifications.

Feb 27, 2014 | 2009 Toyota Prius

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I recently purchased a schumacher 410w inverter, while it came on right away and powered my electrical device the cooling fan never came on. Is the fan supposed to run all the time, once its connected.


I recently purchased a Schumaker 410/820 watt inverter. I immediately hooked it up to a brand new deep cell batery I had purchased just prior to receiving this inverter.
I plugged in several devices to make sure the inverter worked and to get some idea of what devices I can expect this unit to handle.
I noticed that the fan only ran when I plugged in a device that drew a certain amount of power from the unit. I also plugged in a CPAP unit to make sure the inverter would operate the unit properly, and noticed that the CPAP only drew 38 to 40 watts of power and the cooling fan on the converter never came on. When I plugged in an oscillating fan it drew around 128 watts from the converter and the cooling fan immediately came on when I turned the fan on. Based on that, I would assume that the cooling fan in the converter only runs when there is enough power being drawn through the inverter to cause the inverter to heat up enough to cause possible damage to or failure of the inverter. I haven't taken the time to find out the power draw at which the cooling fan will run. Hope this helps.

Jul 10, 2011 | Schumacher 410 Watt Power Inverter...

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Which type of the frequancy refferance source is given to toshiba make inverter VFA3N-8075PY-A70 ? which is used in teijin seiki winder in textile machinery.


Replace VFA3N-8075PY-A70 with CIMR-AT2A0040 & PROTOCOL CONVERTER!
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We have the solution on it, also TORAY T3 spindle inverter.
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Plugged into rental mini van; powered up converter; light turned green; plugged in 2 different Dell laptops and both times light on converter went from green to red and lap top confirmed not receiving...


Try to measure the input voltage. If the Vans battery falls to less than 10.5 V it may stop converting. The battery should be charged well before using converter.

Jun 10, 2010 | Black & Decker 200 Watt Power Inverter

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I have a road pro rppi converter light links


It blinks because your computer is drawing too much current. Most of these give an exaggerated wattage range, and never give details about the true amperage available. the average laptop uses 3.0 to 4.X amps and is too much for these mini inverters. But they work fine on cell phone chargers.

Mar 24, 2010 | RoadPro AC/DC Power Inverter 80/100w

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2004 Prius Check Engine Light - code POA93


P0A93 is an inverter cooling problem. The inverter is cooled by a dedicated cooling system, which consists of an electric water pump, cooling fan, and radiator. This cooling system is independent of the engine cooling system.The mechanic should check if there is sufficient amount of coolant for the inverter, check if the coolant hose is not bent or clogged, if the water pump / cooling fan motor connections are ok, and of course if both of the cooling fan motors are OK.

P3108 is generally loosing communication with the A/C system control module. This can usually be solved by checking the wires and or the converter inverter assembly.

Jun 17, 2008 | 2004 Toyota Prius

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Backlight Inverter.


In my experience, the inverter is usually located at the very bottom of the display assembly (nearest where the hinges connect). You'll have to remove the bezel from the display to access the inverter board. Refer to pages 121-125 of this assembly manual. It doesn't discuss the inverter board directly, only how to remove the display (if you haven't already). The bezel on the display may have a few screws (behind rubber pads, usually), but the rest of the bezel should pop apart.

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