“I hear that Kodak inverters are Sh%t” , “I hear they don’t work well” , “Someone told me I should stay away”. These are the things I hear on every second…
Thanks for that.
Written by a CEO, so not much technical, which is fair.
A little warning light is flashing in my head, though, where he says you need protection on the incoming line to deal with fluctuations. I can see why it may be needed, if this is an off-grid inverter, and it may very well explain it's bad rep.
Like most today, though, I'd expect a plug and play inverter, that can do it all. The inverter should have self-protection that monitors voltage as well as frequency.
What sort of inline voltage/frequency protection can you get for R1K?
Anyway, as someone who hates spending money on necessary evils, I'd still be attracted by the price of the inverter .........................