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Power Inverter considerations
Power Inverter considerations
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Power Inverter considerations

The Power Inverter is connected directly to the batteries and the main AC breaker panel to supply power from the batteries to the loads (appliances). Check out Wires & Cables for more info on the necessary wire size for installing one or use our new Wire Size Calculator. The Power Inverter converts the low voltage DC to 120 volts AC. Power Inverters are available for use on 12, 24, or 48 volt battery bank configurations. Most Power Inverters can also charge the batteries if connected to the AC line. Alternatively, the AC line input could be your own AC Generator in the case of a stand-alone solar power system. When using a AC Generator to charge the batteries, the Power Inverter transfers the AC Generator power to the loads via a relay. This way the AC Generator not only charges the batteries but also supplies your AC power while it is running. If your Generator is at least 5000 watts, you can charge your batteries and have extra AC power at the same time.

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