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will this battery work with this inverter?

 
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will this battery work with this inverter?
my solar panel is connected to this battery

[link to www.amazon.com]




and this battery (via 12v dc out port using this cable [link to www.opentip.com]

will be connected to this inverter to give AC power

[link to www.amazon.com]

or this inverter ( [link to www.ritzcamera.com]


will this work?

Last Edited by Daersoulkeeper on 08/24/2012 04:47 PM
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Re: will this battery work with this inverter?
HOLY SHIT NO!!!


Do not connect that battery dude!
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Re: will this battery work with this inverter?
HOLY SHIT NO!!!


Do not connect that battery dude!
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Re: will this battery work with this inverter?
OMG, are you still there OP?
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Re: will this battery work with this inverter?
HOLY SHIT NO!!!


Do not connect that battery dude!
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why
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Whew, scared me bro.
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you playin with me? whats wrong with this
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Re: will this battery work with this inverter?
you playin with me? whats wrong with this
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Re: will this battery work with this inverter?
the input on that battery is 12v 1 amp. my solar panel puts out 15v 1.2 amps. and its DC lighter output makes it 12v 1 amp

SO that part is know should work.... stop giving me bad advice or start talking with some sense

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Re: will this battery work with this inverter?
Ha!

Um no. And yes. But NO.

Yes that little guy will put out dc. But hell no it will not power that inverter.

You actually use more emery converting DC to AC.

Voltage, current..... most important!

No it will not power anything AC.

You will actually damage the battery!
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Re: will this battery work with this inverter?
Ha!

Um no. And yes. But NO.

Yes that little guy will put out dc. But hell no it will not power that inverter.

You actually use more emery converting DC to AC.

Voltage, current..... most important!

No it will not power anything AC.

You will actually damage the battery!
 Quoting: why bother 18801711


is there any inverter that will work for me?

im only looking to power tiny devices, like cell phones batteries, rechargeable batteries, gps and a bunch of other unforeseen small devices, i just want to use the regular plug instead of buying all sorts of adapters and wires and plugs
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Re: will this battery work with this inverter?
Why not use a car battery?

What do you want to do with it all?
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Re: will this battery work with this inverter?
here is the smallest one i could find how about this one?

[link to www.youtube.com]

30 watt inverter

how do you translate a 10,000 mah battery to watts? how would you know if it worked?


i can't imagine it wouldnt work since im using a 20 watt solar panel to charge a 10,000 mah battery,


that has to bump it up to over 30 watt right?

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Re: will this battery work with this inverter?
Why not use a car battery?

What do you want to do with it all?
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20 watt solar panel 15.4 volts 1.2 amps output to charge 10,000 mah battery i linked

then hopefully output to 30 watt inverter for small powered devices


30 watt inverter

[link to www.amazon.com]

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Re: will this battery work with this inverter?
here is the smallest one i could find how about this one?

[link to www.youtube.com]

30 watt inverter

how do you translate a 10,000 mah battery to watts? how would you know if it worked?


i can't imagine it wouldnt work since im using a 20 watt solar panel to charge a 10,000 mah battery,


that has to bump it up to over 30 watt right?
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Yeah, that one is perfect!
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Re: will this battery work with this inverter?
I think they are mocking you because that battery is not really enough to power the inverter.

The battery puts out 3.7 volts

the inverter is designed to put out 12 volts.

A solar panel charges a battery,

You should get a bigger battery.

basically,

Volts (V) = the amount of energy in the battery.

Amp hours (Ah or mAh = milli-amps) = lifespan, how long the battery will give off a charge.
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Re: will this battery work with this inverter?
I think they are mocking you because that battery is not really enough to power the inverter.

The battery puts out 3.7 volts

the inverter is designed to put out 12 volts.

A solar panel charges a battery,

You should get a bigger battery.

basically,

Volts (V) = the amount of energy in the battery.

Amp hours (Ah or mAh = milli-amps) = lifespan, how long the battery will give off a charge.
 Quoting: weqrwqerweqr 22463777


wrong my battery has 3 options 5 volts 9 volts and 12 volts output
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Re: will this battery work with this inverter?
here is the smallest one i could find how about this one?

[link to www.youtube.com]

30 watt inverter

how do you translate a 10,000 mah battery to watts? how would you know if it worked?


i can't imagine it wouldnt work since im using a 20 watt solar panel to charge a 10,000 mah battery,


that has to bump it up to over 30 watt right?
 Quoting: Daersoulkeeper


Yeah, that one is perfect!
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 22478332


thanks but do you know the answer to that question?

how do you translate 10,000 mah to watts?


battery is 5v 9v and 12v output with 10,000 mah
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Re: will this battery work with this inverter?
Ha!

Um no. And yes. But NO.

Yes that little guy will put out dc. But hell no it will not power that inverter.

You actually use more emery converting DC to AC.

Voltage, current..... most important!

No it will not power anything AC.

You will actually damage the battery!
 Quoting: why bother 18801711


is there any inverter that will work for me?

im only looking to power tiny devices, like cell phones batteries, rechargeable batteries, gps and a bunch of other unforeseen small devices, i just want to use the regular plug instead of buying all sorts of adapters and wires and plugs
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Get a deep cycle battery.

Golf cart, fork lift, AMG.......

Connect solar to deep cycle.

Deep cycle to inverter.

Get an inverter with USB2 ports.

USB2 to all small devices
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Re: will this battery work with this inverter?
here is the smallest one i could find how about this one?

[link to www.youtube.com]

30 watt inverter

how do you translate a 10,000 mah battery to watts? how would you know if it worked?


i can't imagine it wouldnt work since im using a 20 watt solar panel to charge a 10,000 mah battery,


that has to bump it up to over 30 watt right?
 Quoting: Daersoulkeeper


Power (W) = Volts (V) x Current (A)

eg 12V x 5A = 60W

1000mA = 1A

10000mAh = 10Ah

So

10Ah with a 10A load will last 1 hour
10Ah with a 1A load will last 10 hours

You cannot make Watts like that, all the inverter does is change the ratio of V and A

Roughly

12V x 10A = 120V x 1A

but inverters are only about 80% efficient so you probably get

Output = 120V x 1A x (80/100)
so 120V x 0.8A
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Re: will this battery work with this inverter?
Ha!

Um no. And yes. But NO.

Yes that little guy will put out dc. But hell no it will not power that inverter.

You actually use more emery converting DC to AC.

Voltage, current..... most important!

No it will not power anything AC.

You will actually damage the battery!
 Quoting: why bother 18801711


is there any inverter that will work for me?

im only looking to power tiny devices, like cell phones batteries, rechargeable batteries, gps and a bunch of other unforeseen small devices, i just want to use the regular plug instead of buying all sorts of adapters and wires and plugs
 Quoting: Daersoulkeeper


Get a deep cycle battery.

Golf cart, fork lift, AMG.......

Connect solar to deep cycle.

Deep cycle to inverter.

Get an inverter with USB2 ports.

USB2 to all small devices
 Quoting: why bother 18801711


this is for PORTABILITY

deep cycle battery is the suck for portability

the battery I HAVE ...is the advice i want.
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Why not use a car battery?

What do you want to do with it all?
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DO NOT USE A CAR BATTERY!

Car battery are not designed for that application!

Lead plates are to small and it will gas out toxic vapors.
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Re: will this battery work with this inverter?
here is the smallest one i could find how about this one?

[link to www.youtube.com]

30 watt inverter

how do you translate a 10,000 mah battery to watts? how would you know if it worked?


i can't imagine it wouldnt work since im using a 20 watt solar panel to charge a 10,000 mah battery,


that has to bump it up to over 30 watt right?
 Quoting: Daersoulkeeper


Power (W) = Volts (V) x Current (A)

eg 12V x 5A = 60W

1000mA = 1A

10000mAh = 10Ah

So

10Ah with a 10A load will last 1 hour
10Ah with a 1A load will last 10 hours

You cannot make Watts like that, all the inverter does is change the ratio of V and A

Roughly

12V x 10A = 120V x 1A

but inverters are only about 80% efficient so you probably get

Output = 120V x 1A x (80/100)
so 120V x 0.8A
 Quoting: lightchild_uk


ok so 10000 mAh = 10A. output 12v on battery

my battery outputs 12X10 = 120 watts?

my battery is rated at 10,000 mah with 12volt 2.1 amp output
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Re: will this battery work with this inverter?
Ha!

Um no. And yes. But NO.

Yes that little guy will put out dc. But hell no it will not power that inverter.

You actually use more emery converting DC to AC.

Voltage, current..... most important!

No it will not power anything AC.

You will actually damage the battery!
 Quoting: why bother 18801711


is there any inverter that will work for me?

im only looking to power tiny devices, like cell phones batteries, rechargeable batteries, gps and a bunch of other unforeseen small devices, i just want to use the regular plug instead of buying all sorts of adapters and wires and plugs
 Quoting: Daersoulkeeper


Get a deep cycle battery.

Golf cart, fork lift, AMG.......

Connect solar to deep cycle.

Deep cycle to inverter.

Get an inverter with USB2 ports.

USB2 to all small devices
 Quoting: why bother 18801711


this is for PORTABILITY

deep cycle battery is the suck for portability

the battery I HAVE ...is the advice i want.
 Quoting: Daersoulkeeper




You are asking the impossible!

Why not just buy a solar charger.

Harbor freight sells them and has every adapter you could want.

You are using a nickel to buy a dollars worth with what you are trying to do with those items
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Re: will this battery work with this inverter?
here is the smallest one i could find how about this one?

[link to www.youtube.com]

30 watt inverter

how do you translate a 10,000 mah battery to watts? how would you know if it worked?


i can't imagine it wouldnt work since im using a 20 watt solar panel to charge a 10,000 mah battery,


that has to bump it up to over 30 watt right?
 Quoting: Daersoulkeeper


Yeah, that one is perfect!
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 22478332


thanks but do you know the answer to that question?

how do you translate 10,000 mah to watts?


battery is 5v 9v and 12v output with 10,000 mah
 Quoting: Daersoulkeeper


To add

So if the solar panel and battery are 12V

P = V x I
20 = 12 x ?

I = 1.67A

So to charge the battery will be roughly

10Ah / 1.67A = 6 hours
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You are asking the impossible!

Why not just buy a solar charger.

Harbor freight sells them and has every adapter you could want.

You are using a nickel to buy a dollars worth with what you are trying to do with those items
 Quoting: Daersoulkeeper


i am not asking the impossible, i am being very reasonable actually. my solar panel can already charge my batteries and all that, but requires i buy cigarette lighter adapters for everything

id rather be able to charge ANYONES small devices, without buying adapters, thx

Last Edited by Daersoulkeeper on 08/24/2012 05:12 PM
the real reason most people on this planet are the most ignorant gullible people that have ever lived is a little thing called the

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Re: will this battery work with this inverter?
here is the smallest one i could find how about this one?

[link to www.youtube.com]

30 watt inverter

how do you translate a 10,000 mah battery to watts? how would you know if it worked?


i can't imagine it wouldnt work since im using a 20 watt solar panel to charge a 10,000 mah battery,


that has to bump it up to over 30 watt right?
 Quoting: Daersoulkeeper


Power (W) = Volts (V) x Current (A)

eg 12V x 5A = 60W

1000mA = 1A

10000mAh = 10Ah

So

10Ah with a 10A load will last 1 hour
10Ah with a 1A load will last 10 hours

You cannot make Watts like that, all the inverter does is change the ratio of V and A

Roughly

12V x 10A = 120V x

but inverters are only about 80% efficient so you probably get

Output = 120V x 1A x (80/100)
so 120V x 0.8A
 Quoting: lightchild_uk


ok so 10000 mAh = 10A. output 12v on battery

my battery outputs 12X10 = 120 watts?

my battery is rated at 10,000 mah with 12volt 2.1 amp output
 Quoting: Daersoulkeeper


Ok.... so what is the in put of the inverter? That's what matters! What is peak voltage and current of the inverter? That's what's most important!
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Re: will this battery work with this inverter?
here is the smallest one i could find how about this one?

[link to www.youtube.com]

30 watt inverter

how do you translate a 10,000 mah battery to watts? how would you know if it worked?


i can't imagine it wouldnt work since im using a 20 watt solar panel to charge a 10,000 mah battery,


that has to bump it up to over 30 watt right?
 Quoting: Daersoulkeeper


Power (W) = Volts (V) x Current (A)

eg 12V x 5A = 60W

1000mA = 1A

10000mAh = 10Ah

So

10Ah with a 10A load will last 1 hour
10Ah with a 1A load will last 10 hours

You cannot make Watts like that, all the inverter does is change the ratio of V and A

Roughly

12V x 10A = 120V x 1A

but inverters are only about 80% efficient so you probably get

Output = 120V x 1A x (80/100)
so 120V x 0.8A
 Quoting: lightchild_uk


ok so 10000 mAh = 10A. output 12v on battery

my battery outputs 12X10 = 120 watts?

my battery is rated at 10,000 mah with 12volt 2.1 amp output
 Quoting: Daersoulkeeper


As the battery is only rated at 2.1A

10Ah with a 2A load will last 5 hours.

Edit to add

P = 12V x 2A = 24W is the maximum output to the inverter.

24W = 120V x ?A

Output will be 120V at 0.2A = 200mA

You won't do much with 200mA

Last Edited by lightchild_uk on 08/24/2012 05:16 PM
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info on inverter


[link to www.amazon.com]


never seen an inverter that states its input...maybe im missed it somewhere, but idk

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tell lie vision
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Re: will this battery work with this inverter?
here is the smallest one i could find how about this one?

[link to www.youtube.com]

30 watt inverter

how do you translate a 10,000 mah battery to watts? how would you know if it worked?


i can't imagine it wouldnt work since im using a 20 watt solar panel to charge a 10,000 mah battery,


that has to bump it up to over 30 watt right?
 Quoting: Daersoulkeeper


Power (W) = Volts (V) x Current (A)

eg 12V x 5A = 60W

1000mA = 1A

10000mAh = 10Ah

So

10Ah with a 10A load will last 1 hour
10Ah with a 1A load will last 10 hours

You cannot make Watts like that, all the inverter does is change the ratio of V and A

Roughly

12V x 10A = 120V x 1A

but inverters are only about 80% efficient so you probably get

Output = 120V x 1A x (80/100)
so 120V x 0.8A
 Quoting: lightchild_uk


ok so 10000 mAh = 10A. output 12v on battery

my battery outputs 12X10 = 120 watts?

my battery is rated at 10,000 mah with 12volt 2.1 amp output
 Quoting: Daersoulkeeper


As the battery is only rated at 2.1A

10Ah with a 2A load will last 5 hours
 Quoting: lightchild_uk



lightchild was i correct? my battery rated to put out 120 watts then? if thats true, is it bad to get a 30watt inverter? or is it ok? should i get higher?

wish this wasn't confusing.

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Re: will this battery work with this inverter?
is this setup ok lightchild? you know more than i do

can i hook up that 30 watt inverter to my 10,000 mah 12 volt 2.1 amp output battery?
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Re: will this battery work with this inverter?
here is the smallest one i could find how about this one?

[link to www.youtube.com]

30 watt inverter

how do you translate a 10,000 mah battery to watts? how would you know if it worked?


i can't imagine it wouldnt work since im using a 20 watt solar panel to charge a 10,000 mah battery,


that has to bump it up to over 30 watt right?
 Quoting: Daersoulkeeper


10,000 mah battery is another way of saying 10 Ampere hours. However battery capacity is measured at the c/10 rate or 1 AH. Also your battery is lithium polymer. Needs a smart charger. Are you building an electrical source for your cell phone?
For brutally rugged batteries look at Edison cells. There are cells built by Edison himself that are still in service. Amazing!

20 watt panel means the EI product of voltage and current = 20. Something like 13 volts at 1 1/2 amperes for example.
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