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Inverter beeps when I plug in extension cord. Nothing else

The battery is brand new and reads 13.5 at engine off and nearly 15 volts at engine idle. I do not run the inverter without the engine running. Alternator is rated at 80 amps

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It is possible the alternator's power is higher than that of the inverter ,that is overload

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Start engine, and check meter.
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Sounds close.

The faster the engine's RPMs, the faster the alternator spins, causing the voltage to increase.
The voltage regulator (as the name implies), regulates the voltage coming from the alternator, and going into the electrical system.
Factory instrument gauges are not alway accurate, and more so just gives you a rough idea of what is going on.
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If you are in need of a user manual you can find a downloadable (.pdf) version here.

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I attach my inverter with custom battery cables and it powers up. As soon as I plug in an extension cord (any cord)it starts beeping. I don't even have anything plugged into the other end.


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

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