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What size Battery should i use to power my Power Bright 3500W inverter

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If you want to use it on full load for 1 hour - 300 Ah.
If you want to use it on full load for 2 hours - 600 Ah.
If you want to use it on half load for 1 hour - 150 Ah.
And so on.

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If your battery is less then 100 Ah and is not very well charged or old (bad) you may not have over 600 W, but not bacause of the inverter, but the battery.

If your inverter stops due to low input voltage (you can see it in the digital display during operation).

If you want to check the real output power of the inverter you should connect it to a big (more than 200 Ah) well charged battery.

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