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FOR SALE Sterling inverter 12v 5000w

Discussion in 'General Classifieds' started by kitetraveller, Oct 9, 2016.

  1. kitetraveller

    kitetraveller Funster

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    Sterling Power Quasi sine wave inverter.
    12 volts in, 240 volts out
    Can handle 5000w
    Weight 10kg, measures 55cm x 15cm x 18cm.
    Used for a few months then vehicle was changed and inverter was removed, and has been sitting in my workshop since.
    They are on ebay for around £950, and I have been hoping for £450, but getting nowhere.
    Open to offers, and will need to discuss collection/courier.
    Thanks
    Andy
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  2. Sidney

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    I'm interested but SURELY there's a cover for the A/C out?
     
  3. Allan & Loren

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    If it's pure sine wave I could be interested too.
     
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    Jock. :)
     
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    5000W

    So 5000 / 12.5 = 400 Amps.

    Holy Amps that's a lot.
     
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    Is that the size battery needed to run it ? Just nosey
     
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    hilldweller Funster Life Member

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    A very very big one.

    A normal leisure battery might last 5 mins. That's a big might.

    For that matter, what on earth would you have in a MH to draw 5000W = 20A and mains plugs are fused 13A.
     
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  8. kitetraveller

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    For info, it was in a converted coach, not a standard MH.
     
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    Would this do :)
     
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    That'll sort it!
    Whilst it has the capacity, its all about how much YOU draw through it.
     
  11. Steve

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    umm. i could run microwave, toaster, coffee m/c and water heater all at once.:p
     
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    Could you store all the batteries In Your trailer STeve ;)
    Bill
     
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  13. kitetraveller

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    Sorry Sidney, lost or forgotten.......
    The 2 bolt holes are still there, but no idea what happened to the bit of plastic that covered the A/C out.
     
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    Ah me too but it's modified albeit a quasi modified.
     
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    No cover for live terminals

    This guy might be interested
     
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    sorry for stealing thread;)

    Now there's a thought, put all the batteries in the trailer with the genny and a big battery charger then i could go from 230v to 12v then 12v to 230v then back to 12v then down to 5v to charge my phone, got to be the way to go.(y)
     
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