When using the Inverter the CCU can be adapted to the users needs. A regular 12 volt battery would work on any small devices.
83.3333 Amps <<>> The answer to this question, how many watts are drawn from the battery, is dependant upon what the amperage of the connected load is. A 1000W rated inverter is the maximum amount of connected wattage load that can be used from the inverter. W = A x V.
The running time depends on two things: the actual power the inverter can supply, and the actual power drain of the loads. A 1000 VA inverter may be able to supply 1000 VA, but it battery size determines *how long* it can supply power for. A 100 amp battery can probably supply 10 amps for 10 hours (100 amp-hours), but it may only supply 100 amps for perhaps 45 minutes - if it does not overheat! Generally, batteries give less effective power at higher power drain. You also need to know how efficient your inverter is - it may be 90%-plus, it may be as bad as 75% or less. So you will need to (1) find out how much power your appliances draw (let's say its 300 watts), then (2) examine the specifications for the inverter-battery combination to discover how long they can support your power drain. Be aware that 300 watts load is over 25 amps current drain at 12 volts, so you are already getting away from the 100 amp rating, to a lower value due to the high power drain on the battery.
Use an "Inverter". They make a lot of inverters for 12v but few for 6v. You could use 2 6v batteries hooked in series though. Just make sure the inverter is big enough to power what you wish. A 300 watt one will power a electric razor, or small electronics fine. A 1000 watt would power a computer or a laptop also, etc.
1000 seconds = 16.6666667 minutes
1.5kva has enough electrical power to supply 100 volts of electricity that is at 15 amps. You can also supply 300 volts at 5 amps and 1000 volts at 1.5 amps.
FOR INSTANT ANSWER IS YES AND YOU STILL HAVE 30% ALLOWANCE. BUT TO BE SURE YOU WILL FINISH COOKING YOUR FAVORITE FOOD YOU HAVE TO ANSWER THE FF. BASIC QUESTIONS. 1. WHAT IS THE INPUT VOLTAGE OF INVERTER - IS IT THE SAME FROM YOUR CAR OR CHARGER? 2. IS THE OUTPUT VOLTAGE OF INVERTER SAME AS YOUR MICROWAVE INPUT VOLTAGE? 3. WHEN YOU ARE CAMPING BE SURE THAT YOUR CAR ENGINE IS RUNNING OR ELSE YOU WILL HAVE YOU BATTERY DRAINED. ENJOY YOU MEAL...
60 minutes = 1 hour so 1000 minutes = 1000/60 hours = 16.66... hours.
An inverter changes a d.c. input to an a.c. output. Inverter is a device to change low volt DC to high volt AC 12 Dc to 220 Ac volt So many type of inverter of watts 500 watt 1000 watt 5000 watt
60 minutes = 1 hour so 1000 minutes = 1000/60 = 16.666... (repeating) hours. Simple!
1000/60=16 hours and 40 minutes
You will need a battery charger capable of providing up to75 amps at 12 volts DC. This is called a converter, not an inverter. An inverter takes 12 v and transforms it usually to 120v AC or 220v Ac. Keep in mind that your 1000 watt amp will not draw 100 amps only briefly at times if at all unless you are at maximum volume. You probably could get by with a 50 amp charger and a big capacitor to supply the boost for a few seconds.
1000 seconds is 16 2/3 minutes
About 10 minutes. Obviously it depends on the speed.
The driving distance is about 1000 miles. The journey would take about 14 hours and 50 minutes
1000/60 = 16.67
The expected number is 500.
1000 minutes, of course !
1 minute = 60 seconds so 1000 minutes = 60 000 seconds.
15 hours 39 minutes
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