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Some top-of-the-line audio gear is protected by SCRs or Triacs. These devices are installed to guard against power line spikes, surges, and trash. However, they see the sharp corners on modified sine wave as trash and will sometimes commit electrical hara-kiri to prevent that nasty power from reaching the delicate innards. Some are even smart enough to refuse to eat any of that ill-shaped power, and will not power up. The only sure cure for this is a digital or pure sine wave inverter. For more details :- – PowerPoint PPT presentation

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Title: Equipment Use with an Inverter | Hurricane Wind Power


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Hurricane Wind Power - Equipment Use with an
Inverter?
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Audio Equipment
  • Some top-of-the-line audio gear is protected
    by SCRs or Triacs. These devices are installed to
    guard against power line spikes, surges, and
    trash. However, they see the sharp corners on
    modified sine wave as trash and will sometimes
    commit electrical hara-kiri to prevent that nasty
    power from reaching the delicate innards. Some
    are even smart enough to refuse to eat any of
    that ill-shaped power, and will not power up. The
    only sure cure for this is a digital or pure sine
    wave inverter. 

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Computers HurricanE Wind Power
  • Computers run happily on modified sine wave
    but better on pure sines.  The first thing the
    computer does with the incoming AC power is to
    run it through an internal power supply. We've
    had a few reports of the power supply being just
    a bit noisier on modified sine, but no real
    problems. Running your prize family-heirloom
    computer off an inverter will not be a problem.
    What can be a problem is large start-up power
    surges. If your computer is running off the same
    household inverter as the water pump, power
    tools, and microwave, you're going to have
    trouble. When a large motor, like a skill saw, is
    starting, it will momentarily pull the AC system
    voltage way down. This can cause computer
    crashes. The fix is a small, separate inverter
    that only runs your computer system. It can be
    connected to the same household battery pack, and
    have a dedicated outlet or two.

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Ceiling Fans Hurricane Wind Power
  • Most variable-speed ceiling fans will buzz
    on modified sine wave current. They work fine,
    but the noise is annoying. Invest in a pure sine.

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Radio Frequency Interference
  • All inverters broadcast radio static when
    operating. Most of this interference is on the AM
    radio band. Do not plug your radio into the
    inverter and expect to listen to the ball game
    you'll have to use a battery powered radio and be
    some distance away from the inverter. This is
    occasionally a problem with TV interference when
    inexpensive TVs and smaller inexpensive inverters
    are used together. Distance helps. Put the TV at
    least 15 feet from the inverter. Twisting the
    inverter input cables may also limit their
    broadcast power.

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Phantom Loads and Vampires
  • A phantom load isn't something that lurks in
    your basement with a half-mask, but it's close
    kin. Many modern appliances remain partially on
    when they appear to be turned off. That's a
    phantom load. Any appliance that can be powered
    up with a button on a remote control must remain
    partially on and listening to receive the "on"
    signal. Most TVs and audio gear these days are
    phantom loads. Anything with a clockVCRs, coffee
    makers, microwave ovens, or bedside
    radio-clocksuses a small amount of power all the
    time.

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Medical Equipment
  • Customers frequently ask us about the use of
    inverters for medical equipment.  Unless
    specifically noted in the regulatory approvals
    for the product, assume that no AIMS inverter has
    regulatory approval for use with medical devices
    or life support equipment.  If you use a AIMS
    Power Inc. inverters with a medical device its
    at your own risk.

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Hurricane wind turbines REVIEWS
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Disadvantages of Wind Turbines
  • 1. The strength of the wind is not constant and
    it varies from zero to storm force. This means
    that wind turbines do not produce the same amount
    of electricity all the time. There will be times
    when they produce no electricity at all.
  • 2. Many people feel that the countryside should
    be left untouched, without these large structures
    being built. The landscape should left in its
    natural form for everyone to enjoy.
  • 3. Wind turbines are noisy. Each one can
    generate the same level of noise as a family car
    travelling at 70 mph.
  • 4. Many people see large wind turbines as
    unsightly structures and not pleasant or
    interesting to look at. They disfigure the
    countryside and are generally ugly.
  • 5. When wind turbines are being manufactured
    some pollution is produced. Therefore wind power
    does produce some pollution.
  • 6. Large wind farms are needed to provide entire
    communities with enough electricity. For example,
    the largest single turbine available today can
    only provide enough electricity for 475 homes,
    when running at full capacity. How many would be
    needed for a town of 100 000 people?

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