Re: Inverter issue
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Yes. That is what the inverter is for, tto supply AC power from a DC battery. But if you already have a battery supplying 12V DC, you don't need to use the inverter and an AC->DC power supply to drive a mount that wants 12V dc. You can run the mount directly off the battery. But to be safe, you can regulate the power out of the battery with a DC to DC regulator, and you should fuse this with the recommended fuse. Using the inverter in the loop makes the whole thing very inefficient power wise.
On Sat, Feb 1, 2020 at 1:27 PM Ron Kramer <ronkramer1957@...> wrote: