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SOURCE: Appropriate size inverter for sump pumps

First...you need to find the amperage on the pump...your inverter is rated for 6.25 Amps...(750/120)...you will need an inverter bigger then the pump..I would suggest at least 1.5 times the size of the pump..bear in mind,..the inverter wasnt designed to start motors...so oversizing is needed..

Hope this helps

Posted on May 07, 2009

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What's your problem?how many amps on a 1/2 horse sump pump


750 watts is pretty close to one HP. However, the pump will have a much higher current draw on start up which may be too high for the inverter. (The accurate number is 745.699872 Watts per Horsepower)

Discounting any losses, 750 watts from a 120 volt supply will draw 6.25 Amps. so 1/2 horsepower should draw 3.125 while running. Startup current may be much more. Check your pump for its current draw (should be printed on the pump) and check it against the inverter's limits. It may be that the inverter is too light for the pump.

Apr 28, 2012 | Black & Decker Husky 750w Power Inverter

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I have a vector 750 watt inverter (vec1047bd). The charge controller in my photovoltaic system went bad and I had it repaired. When I got the controller back, my inverter did not work. The inverter has a...


If you have a manual for the inverter check and see ifDin there are diagnostic codes with the LEDs.

http://documents.dewalt.com/documents/English/Instruction%20Manual/Vector/VEC1045.pdf

I looked through this and your description of the problem was not listed in the document, but you may be able to contact the manufacturer and get more information. Basically this is a DC to AC power conversion device, which takes the 12v DC input and converts it to 115V AC
and in does so at a maximum peak power of 750 watts at 115V AC. since your charge controller went bad, it is possible in the process it overloaded this device or the battery system put out too low of a voltage when the charge controller died and low voltage input is not something this unit was able to tolerate. Check your remaining components to be sure they are good, then look at the inverter's board and transformer to see if anything was damaged. I would want to verify the charge controller was good and the batteries in good condition - and perhaps consider replacing this inverter with one more suited to your actual load wattage requirements.

Nov 19, 2017 | Vector VEC1047BD 750 Watt Power Inverter

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Will a 750 inverter run a sump pump off of a deep cycle marine battery for a short period of time?


Looking at this, how many amps does the pump normally draw? Take this and multiply by 3 for start up current draw. Now, multiply that by 120 (volts) and this will give you the watts. Start up current is what will knock your inverter down. It won't kill the inverter but it will overload it on startup and turn off the unit. Since I do not know the size of your pump, this is my caution. You could always try it, the most that should happen is that the inverter will shut down.

Feb 05, 2011 | Black & Decker Husky 750w Power Inverter

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When I switch the power on the inverter, it squeals briefly and then shuts down.


Two possible problems; input voltage too low, or the output load too high. If input remains at 12v or higher and it shuts off with no load, then the inverter is bad.

Mar 19, 2010 | Vector 750-watt Power Inverter Power...

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Appropriate size inverter for sump pumps


First...you need to find the amperage on the pump...your inverter is rated for 6.25 Amps...(750/120)...you will need an inverter bigger then the pump..I would suggest at least 1.5 times the size of the pump..bear in mind,..the inverter wasnt designed to start motors...so oversizing is needed..

Hope this helps

May 05, 2009 | Black & Decker Husky 750w Power Inverter

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Power hook up


This type of inverter has large alligator clips on it because the amperage that comes through a cigarette lighter is insufficient and can result in blown fuses and overheating of the socket. Hook this one up directly to the battery without splicing a longer wire to it.

Apr 22, 2009 | Black & Decker Husky 750w Power Inverter

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Vector vec 051D 3000 watt fan won't run anymore, unit overheats


your inverter needs to cool at all times , if the fan does not work,try buying a small standing fan to blow cool air to you machine, it is possible that your heater is making the inverter to over heat please avoid using the heater on the inverter

Feb 26, 2009 | Vector VEC056 MAXX Power Inverter

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Is this inverter powerful enough?


You are right. This is not enough to operate this freezer. You are going to need a bigger invertor it get it to work properly 900 or 1000 watt should be efficient even though it is not the best way to run the unit. If the unit has a problem you would be replacing the inverter all the time. Just FYI

Feb 20, 2009 | Black & Decker Husky 750w Power Inverter

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