Question about RTO ATD-5954 1500 WATT INVERTER
There are a couple of possible explanations for this. I have no way of knowing how well your inverter is wired. If you have followed standard inverter wiring guidelines for an inverter of this size you will have eliminated that as a possible problem. Your microwave is more than likely at least 1100 watt input power consumption. I am not familiar with this brand. Some off brands make claims that are substantiated by questionable testing. Your initial surge should be no more than 2200 watts, well within the capabilities of this inverter. My guess would be that your problem is probably with your wiring. If you feel that the wiring is without defect, you may have a faulty unit. I know that dollars are always an important consideration, but I suggest purchasing as large a unit as you can afford and one that exceeds your requirements. Best wishes...
Posted on Aug 24, 2010
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