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Re: Inverter recommendations? 48V sine wave, no grid tie

Posted: Apr 07 2021 4:55pm
by nicobie
Just a quick thought; In long desert races some drivers wear a cooling vest that uses a small pump to send cooled water through tubes sewn into a vest. They are expensive but could be home made. One of the links sells the tubing.

https://www.roguefitness.com/techniche- ... -YEALw_wcB

https://www.pegasusautoracing.com/produ ... f-EALw_wcB

https://youtu.be/PqbpHUvZ9Oo

Re: Inverter recommendations? 48V sine wave, no grid tie

Posted: Apr 07 2021 5:36pm
by john61ct
spinningmagnets wrote: generic sine wave 500W for $80
Wow lots of flexibility there!

Apparently can order 72V input and output 240V 50hz

EV packs for multiple uses, off grid living, get away from inefficient USA appliances.

A more stable imports source would be ideal, not sure if SPIPOWER is the canonical branding

Re: Inverter recommendations? 48V sine wave, no grid tie

Posted: Apr 07 2021 8:57pm
by amberwolf
nicobie wrote:
Apr 07 2021 4:55pm
Just a quick thought; In long desert races some drivers wear a cooling vest that uses a small pump to send cooled water through tubes sewn into a vest. They are expensive but could be home made.
If you can convince three st bernards to wear what would have to be "whole-body-and-head socks" to keep their heads and bodies cool enough...wihtout eating any of the supply tubing or accidentally ripping it out while watching the world around them go by.... ;)