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inverter alone, no batteries, no edison -> $5k (Score: 1)
by chipotle_pickle on Sunday, April 27, 2003 @ 14:33:05 GMT
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The MHI-36/5800D [catalog.majorpower.com]:
5,800 watt continuous power, Modified Sinewave Inverter, Nominal Input 36 V DC, range 33-42 VDC, Output 120/240 V AC, RMS regulated (110-127 V AC), 60 Hz±1%, surge to 17,400 W, 3 HP, thermally control



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