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Re: Pure sine wave inverter

Post  Nightjar on Sun Mar 31, 2013 3:19 pm

The battery sensor read 13.16V last night before I programmed the Breadmaker.
This morning at 0630 the bread was baked and the battery sensor read 12.35V.
Just took a look and back to 13.21V in bulk mode.

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Re: Pure sine wave inverter

Post  mulgadansa on Sun Mar 31, 2013 5:48 pm

Gday Peter
Those inverters and solar panels are a neat invention. We don't buy bread at home but have had a Panasonic breadmaker for about the last 20 years (think we're on our third one in that time). Beautiful bread as you can attest I guess. Not going to show the bride your post as she already has most of the household electrical appliances in the van and running off the inverter already and we don't need any more!!!!
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