Journey Inverters for our Journey 19-61.3

slachlan

New Member
Jul 31, 2019
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Melbourne
#1
Hi Everyone

Getting a little restless waiting for late October delivery to come around and have found myself investigating many mods! haha

Started looking into inverters so we can run some small appliances like the coffee machine or maybe the microwave when we’re on battery/solar.

Does anyone have any advice? Size of inverter, type of inverter, etc....
Maybe any other advice surrounding this also :)

Thanks in advance!
 

themenace

New Member
Oct 24, 2019
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Melbourne
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Purchased a pure sine wave of ebay (1500W) - runs microwave ok and find best result if you run microwave at 50% (which is just a duty cycle)
PS - we have the sphere microwave - 900W I think.
 
Likes: slachlan
Jul 4, 2016
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Gold Coast
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Pure Sine Wave inverter is the one to buy. Also there is two trains of thought with inverters. One is; buy a real good quality one (Victron, Redarc, Enerdrive) and they will be able Start and run the rated wattage. The second train of thought is; buy a cheapy off ebay and hope it has enough copper in it, to do the rated wattage. Its hard to know which way to go, but you could probably buy three of the cheapy ebay ones, for one "Quality" one.