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  1. Join Date
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    mga sirs..mai recommend nyo po ba ang car power inverter? anong brand po ang maganda?

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    cd r king....

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    kahit ano pwede. sa cdr king dami mura lang. o sa concorde.

    make sure na yung bibilhin mo e at least x2 ang power output ng paggagamitan mo kasi kung exact lang e uusok lang yan. yung nakalagay na wattage dun sa box e peak power yun, as in momentary lang hindi steady current output. so kung for example e 150 watt laptop charger ang isaksak mo, dapat 300 watts yung inverter. kung pwede nga x3 pa e. AND, make sure na pa-rewire mo yung cigarete lighter/power outlet na pagsaksakan mo. dapat palitan mo wiring and fuse ng tapat dun sa current draw ng inverter mo.

    at kung gagamitin mo yan na naka-off ang makina, palit ka na din ng car battery. kung 1sm yung gamit mo ngayon palitan mo ng 2sm o 3sm na deep cycle.

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    What is the function of a power inverter?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Retz View Post
    What is the function of a power inverter?
    AC power supply sa kotse, converts 12 volts DC to 220 volts AC.

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    ako sa raon ako nakabili....ginagamit ko pag may bagyo at nawalang ng kunryente.

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    [QUOTE=yebo;2066893]kahit ano pwede. sa cdr king dami mura lang. o sa concorde.

    make sure na yung bibilhin mo e at least x2 ang power output ng paggagamitan mo kasi kung exact lang e uusok lang yan. yung nakalagay na wattage dun sa box e peak power yun, as in momentary lang hindi steady current output. so kung for example e 150 watt laptop charger ang isaksak mo, dapat 300 watts yung inverter. kung pwede nga x3 pa e. AND, make sure na pa-rewire mo yung cigarete lighter/power outlet na pagsaksakan mo. dapat palitan mo wiring and fuse ng tapat dun sa current draw ng inverter mo.

    *sir yebo..tanx po sa hint,.buti na lang nagtanong muna ko dito sa tsikot..bumibili na kasi ako kahapon sa cd-r king, buti na lang wala silang stack
    1 question pa sir yebo..ang vgt na GS may power inverter di ba? nasa ibaba ng cup holder.. ang TCI wala,pero may nakaabang..pwede ko po kaya buhayin yun?

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    ewan ko, hari unit yung GS VGT ko e walang inverter. actually yung sinabi mo e may nakaabang na lalagyan ng power outlet at matagal ko na nga gusto lagyan ng power outlet dun, pero walang nakaabang na wires papalagyan mo pa. problem lang e wala ako makita na cigarette lighter plug na may cover.

    may nabibili sa concorde na high wattage inverters, 1000, 1500 watts. pero kung yun gagamitin mo dapat siguro rekta na ang linya sa battery with its own fuse. saka kung sa GS e saan mo ilalagay? under the glove compartment tapos lagyan mo ng cooling fan?

    oo nga pala, kaya alam ko na uusok kung sakto lang yung wattage e kasi speaking from ***perience. nasunugan na ako ng inverter hehehe! binalik ko sa cdr king, under warranty (although alam ko kasalanan ko), pinalitan naman nila. gamit ko now is 200 watts, X3+ ng laptop charger ko.

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    yes, you have to read carefully the box. do not be swayed by the PMPO; this is good for only a few seconds, after which it will burn up 'ala mission impossible.. pay attention to the "continuous rated output", which is what your appliance will use while it is plugged in.. get the unit with twice the power requirement of your appliance, as was mentioned already above.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dr. d View Post
    yes, you have to read carefully the box. do not be swayed by the PMPO; this is good for only a few seconds, after which it will burn up 'ala mission impossible.. pay attention to the "continuous rated output", which is what your appliance will use while it is plugged in.. get the unit with twice the power requirement of your appliance, as was mentioned already above.
    PMPO rating? On an inverter?

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