Batteries and a Power Inverter
Are a safe alternative to open flame candles or oil lamps.
I am pleased with the performance of the 3000 watt continuous run,6000 watt peak inverter i recently purchased. Got it for less than 300.00 dollars.
Hooked it up to a used remanufactured deep cycle battery out of my boat that is two years old.Only paid fifty dollars for it.
When trying out i plugged in l.e.d. shop light didn’t even register on the inverters meter.So plugged in my coffee pot it pulled 800 watts when brewing and 200 to 300 watts on warmer.Brewed a pot of coffee just fine. And that is with the one battery.
I am thinking batteries and a power inverter is how to prepare for a power outage.
I am in the process of hooking up four batteries think i will go with remanufactured batteries since i can get four for around two hundred dollars. I want to do this without spending any more than i have to.Most people i know are on a budget.
A few Lights only
We would only need a small inverter and one battery.A 150 watt will be plenty to run several led lights.
I run all four of these lights off this small inverter .They were on for 15 hours.We can get two or three nights of lighting off one battery charge.You can buy a small inverter for less than $50.00
We are inverting DC to AC need to be aware and treat it like any electrical plug-in or appliance.
Follow manufacturer instructions.
Is to give you some ideas on how to be prepared for a power outage.
If you have any questions or ideas of your own please feel free to leave a comment below.
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