Power inverter mounting

Mike

Well-Known Member
Staff member
Perfect, mount the Inverter pointing straight up, just like the picture shows.
 

Mike

Well-Known Member
Staff member
Yes, and you can mount it any way you want. It's only telling you this so you can view the lights and crap, which seems like common sense to me. The position has not impact on it's operation.
 

Ontario Outlaw

Hozer Witta Hood
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They make both kinds, I believe. Modified and pure. I ordered in a 2000 watt continuous pure sine wave one


If it’s legit I’m hoping I can swing a laser instead of ink jet :yahoo:
 

Ontario Outlaw

Hozer Witta Hood
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That’s a little crude but the ****ing things in. Still need to heat shrink the cables and mount the circuit breaker. But that’ll have to wait until I’m back at the shop

I have a fridge and microwave again. And a printer. Shop vac. :yahoo:

Some asshole should’ve left the fridge door open a crack.
Ppppphhhheeeeewwww :stare1:
 

r3gulator3

Friendly Neighborhood Former Technician
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Why would it matter which way this gets mounted? :confused-96:
When you wall mount it, you have to put it horizontal so heat transfer can happen properly and it can cool off. Your fan will run with less stress, your cooling fins won’t fill with as much dirt and you won’t fry the inner circuitry.
 

r3gulator3

Friendly Neighborhood Former Technician
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That’s a little crude but the ****ing things in. Still need to heat shrink the cables and mount the circuit breaker. But that’ll have to wait until I’m back at the shop

I have a fridge and microwave again. And a printer. Shop vac. :yahoo:

Some asshole should’ve left the fridge door open a crack.
Ppppphhhheeeeewwww :stare1:
You should have that breaker in the battery box or in line from the battery before it passes through anything metal so if the wire rubs a hole you don’t burn down the ****ing truck.
 
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