Do you really need AC at this site? Im guessing its one of your PC based AP's? Still no DC ATX SU's that cut the mustard? I find I can not run my little 175watt inverter for more then a few hours before it hits thermal overload, even in my old building (~65F)

Jeromie

On 9/2/06, Mark Koskenmaki <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
I run one of my sites from 2 deep cycle batteries, an automatic charger and
an inverter.    Only  trouble I ever had was it got too hot in the enclosure
in teh summer and the inverter shut down.

I even put in some ventilation and put the inveter in the path of the cool
air and it still got too hot.

Next year, we're going to have to completely re-do the whole concept.  I
still think I'm going to use the DC powered concept, though.


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> I'm tempted to do something like that but not worry about the transfer
> switch.  I'd just run off of 12 vdc all of the time.  No power issues from
> outside that way!
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> >I need help making a battery backup system.  I attached pictures of what
> > I have.  It's a power inverter, auto transfer switch, Air Conditioner
> > type disconnect, and a deep cycle marine battery.  I want to do
> > something like this at some remote sites.  What can I do better, more
> > efficient, maybe cheaper, or just different.  I want to know all the
> > options.
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