Battery Power

Discussion in 'Marine Electrical / Electronics' started by Pedlyr, Jul 17, 2017.

  1. Pedlyr

    Pedlyr Senior Member

    Joined:
    Aug 31, 2011
    Posts:
    361
    Likes Received:
    63
    Occupation:
    Port Engineer
    Location:
    Southern RI
  2. Toolate

    Toolate Captain

    Joined:
    Aug 6, 2013
    Posts:
    4,897
    Likes Received:
    1,242
    Occupation:
    Building contractor
    Location:
    Southwestern CT
    Boat Make:
    1998 36' Sabre Express CAT 3116TA's, 2015 ROS Scotia 16 Etec 50
    Looks like a nice unit although I didnt see the price. Also Ihave a genset so no need but looks like it would be easier and cheaper than an inverter if you took a trip once a year and wanted to bring some conveniences (micro/small fridge).

    From the article-

    With a 1425-watt hour battery, there is more than enough power for even your hungriest devices. With 118 hours of charge time for USB devices, you can be sure that your phone will be juiced up for days, if not weeks. A laptop could be charged from empty 16 times, and an LED strip light could run for 10 days non-stop. But what about higher power appliances? The pure sine wave inverter included can supply 1500 watts of continuous power, and up to 3000 watts of surge power. This will allow you to power appliances like a microwave, coffee pot, heater, or even a fridge. For the most part, these appliances will drain a lot of power if used consistently. But even a full-size fridge can run for up to 24 hours.
     

Share This Page