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comment Can a power inverter work continuosly?
Well, short explanation, you're not going to get 1000W @ 110V by putting in any sane amont of 12V. Let's make up 1100W @ 110V, which give us 10 amps exactly. A typical 1000 watt hair dryer (the amount of heat made) at 12V would require > 80 amps of power to get put into this inverter, probably setting it on fire. What piece of equipment exactly is it that you're looking at operating in this manner?
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comment All outlets on one 15-amp circuit, need AC unit
homedepot.com/c/… has a gauge/distance/max amperage grid chart. A word of note, a 10 gauge extension cord will be heavy (and not cheap, either)
Jul
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comment All outlets on one 15-amp circuit, need AC unit
Why can't you use an extension cord? If the gauge is enough it will be electrically "safe" (obviously would still be a trip hazard, suspect to damage, etc)
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comment Is this tile installed correctly?
speaking pedantically, did you want a 6" offset or a (random look)? Those are almost opposite words and I can empathize with the installer not doing what you wanted, since I'm not sure what you mean either. They should have asked you before they started and you should have been more precise (diagrams are great!).
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answered Remotely tracking room temperature with smartphone, tablet or laptop
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answered What device can remotely close a water main?
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answered Why is a neutral wire needed for most 'smart' light switches?