A little bit of a different "type" of amplifier than usual.
I wanted to see if the output was any good so I plugged it into my SurgeX power analyzer to confirm some details before putting it to ACTUAL use.
I bought this small unit just to get my off grid solution up and running to a basic level (which it now is).
It has a clean sinewave output (cleaner than the grid power entering most homes).
0 RPM fans.
There is only ONE problem!
It is 60v split-phase style
("balanced"), instead of a true 120v mono-leg
My SurgeX actually detects that condition apparently and doesn't let the power pass through. DOH!
I haven't put a significant load on it yet. Just 10watts. I'm sure it is fine for most appliances, but I'm not sure what the ramifications of 60V split-phase would have on my rack.
So... I was thinking of buying an electric lawnmower (to be greener) and use this to charge it off of the off-grid system.
(and/or as an emergency spare.)
I will keep saving up for a true 240V split-phase, which is about 4x more money for a 6kW RMS unit on Ali.
I'll have to buy an auto-transfer switch as I don't trust the low-current ones baked into the inverters that sport them.
Anyhow, maybe someone out there might find this data useful.
Part of my "build a nuclear power plant in the backyard" initiative!