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Let’s delve a little bit into this:
- 11.C.1 – Inverter – Brand: The brand of inverter
- 11.C.2 – Inverter – Model Number: Model of the inverter.
- 11.C.3 – Inverter – Serial Number Serial number of inverter
- 11.C.4 – Inverter – General Condition: How does it look, burned wires, etc?
- 11.C.5 – Inverter – Voltage output under 50% load: Make sure voltage does not drop too low, aka inverter is being overworked at 50% of load
- 11.C.6 – Inverter – Frequency under 50% load: Frequency is Hz, normal electric in the US is 60Hz, check to make sure it does not drop
- 11.D.1 – 12V DC Chassis Battery – Location: Where is your chassis battery located?
- 11.D.2 – 12V DC Chassis Battery – Box Condition: Is there a box surrounding them, how is it?
- 11.D.3 – 12V DC Chassis Battery – Cables and Terminals Condition: are the connections corroded, etc
- 11.D.4 – 12V DC Chassis Battery – Vented and Secured: Wet cell type batteries put out “gas”, they need to be vented to outside some how, are the batteries secured?
Next week we will check out the beginnings of multi-week series on water systems.
See you next week 🙂