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    Inverter plug a play 1000w - Connecting to main light switch

    Hallo

    I have purchase a 1000w plug and play system inverter / UPS - Box units to run a few items

    Current 12v x 2 off 100ah Batteries

    It work 100% to run (TV,wifi, decoder, lamps, charing phones). I dont need a bigger unit at this stage.

    MY question is - how can I connected the AC output from my inverter to only supply the main BD (Lights 10AMPS) ?

    Change over switch?

    Other alternatives?

    Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by jacquesvanr View Post
    Hallo


    MY question is - how can I connected the AC output from my inverter to only supply the main BD (Lights 10AMPS) ?

    Change over switch?

    Other alternatives?

    Thanks
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    I will do that

    Thanks

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