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Old 11-02-2020, 11:06 PM   #101
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And yes having enough battery power to last the night to run fans or furnace is basically my only goal, maybe an hour or two of television.
You're gonna be in good shape, then.
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Old 11-02-2020, 11:17 PM   #102
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I'm unsure.
You can actually fabricate a bonded-neutral plug and plug it into a free socket on your 110-volt generator panel.
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You can actually fabricate a bonded-neutral plug and plug it into a free socket on your 110-volt generator panel.
Your electrical knowledge is clearly way superior to my own. You happen to be a trade electrician or self taught?
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Old 11-02-2020, 11:26 PM   #104
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Also my smaller AC for a few hours in case it's extremely hot, I don't plan on running the primary ac
If you can put a meter on that, you can get amperage draw... What size A/C is it ??
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If you can put a meter on that, you can get amperage draw... What size A/C is it ??
I'm not exactly sure, I do know it's smaller than the main
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Your electrical knowledge is clearly way superior to my own. You happen to be a trade electrician or self taught?
Self-taught... Worked in R&D for many years... Owned an IT business for 23 years...
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Self-taught... Worked in R&D for many years... Owned an IT business for 23 years...
I work oil and gas but also own a small IT company
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