Can we run inverter AC on inverter?
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I have studied all the replies. No one has a clear idea especially from the electrical point of view for the question.
My 1 ton normal air conditioner is able to start and run from my 2.8 KVA (24 V DC – 2 batteries 150 AH) inverter. So high inrush current consumed by the air conditioner compressor is not an issue at all. The real issue in powering an air conditioner from an battery operated inverter is different. This is applicable for both conventional air conditioners and inverter air conditioners. Neither is superior to other in this perspective.
Yes. A good high quality pure sine inverter will run anything within its wattage rating. Pure sine inverters put out AC that’s not distinguishable from that you’d get from the power company.
Modified sine inverters put out an approximate sine wave. Not everything will work with such inverters. My Panasonic “inverter” microwave oven is one such appliance. Runs on my 1000 watt pure sine inverter at 30% power though….