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Old 12-29-2013, 09:56 AM   #16
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Inverter power

Originally Posted by ddawg16 View Post
True....but the inverter will go into current limit...the voltage will drop....but as long as the inverter does not shut down....the motor will start up....slower...but will start....and once going, should work just fine.
Probably won't start. As lower voltage will cause a higher amp draw, The motor will require the same wattage to start whether its receiving 120 volts, or 102 volts.

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