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Old 1st August 2011, 06:01 PM   #1
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Hi,

I have found this info, based on the published specs this thing can deliver 8kw from an average current of 400VA from mains(with 240 ampere output peak current!). Nikola Tesla would kill for this. My first step could be to get one, put a 50Hz tone on it and supply my whole house appliances, fridge, microwave oven, TV, drilling machine, lawn mower and heaters directly from the output.
I can forget my inefficient solar panels if I loop the output to the input the whole thing will be self running without a.c. mains.
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P.S.:With the added advantage of equalizing the sound of my electric lawn mower because my wife hates the actual sound very much.

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Old 1st August 2011, 06:16 PM   #2
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Average Power Consuption 400 VA
Peak Output Power 8,500 W

With music signal or similar, and probably with a real speaker (high apparent power + impedance peaks).

There is no miracle.
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Old 1st August 2011, 06:35 PM   #3
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Average Power Consuption 400 VA
Peak Output Power 8,500 W

With music signal or similar, and probably with a real speaker (high apparent power + impedance peaks).

There is no miracle.
Agreed. Pretty standard.
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The specs are a bit inflated to impress the customer.

For example, they state 240A p-p current, instead of +/-120A and 390V p-p voltage swing instead of +/-195V.

Similarly, they state 8500W peak, but don't give short and long term rms ratings.

They don't give size and weight figures either.

Anyway, the most funny figure is going to be the price

btw: I have a similarly powerful product almost finished
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btw: I have a similarly powerful product almost finished
Is it going to be for sale to the DIY market?
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