snapnoodle wrote: »
for a chest freezer with one of those Johnson temperature controllers should I avoid this MSW inverter and stick to pure sine wave inverter?
Susido wrote: »
I wonder how many recommending against a MSW inverter have actually used a quality one for any length of time?
I have used a Tripp-Lite MSW inverter for the past 6 years or so. I've used it to power just about everything electric I own that's within its capacity and that includes several computers, TVs, electronics of all kinds, a small fridge, small chargers and appliances, a great many tools. In all those years I have found exactly one thing my MSW inverter couldn't power; an electric blanket. Well I also discovered in a round-about way that a MSW inverter can't be used to charge another MSW inverter/charger.
That said, it does seem like pure-sine wave inverters aren't as comparatively expensive as they once were. And they are slightly more efficient.