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Old 16-09-2018, 12:43 PM   #1
car10002
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Default 24v and 48v appliance list

Hi everyone

Was wondering what appliances you can buy in 24v & 48v and what selection is like

Would you’s go 24 or 48 volt and could you just use step down if you want to convert some things to 12 or 24v depending wether you go 24 or 48v.

If anyone knows what appliances you can buy in 48v could you list it here

Thinking of setting up a 24 or 48v dc power up for a little cabin or shed for lights and pumps and fridge and get a step down for usb and cig for 12vdc and

Also have proper person in just have power points wired for 240v with power inlet to plug generator in and a couple that work off inverter to run laptop chargers and low powered stuff at night

And sometimes run generator with a charger for a couple hours to charge up batteries if it’s dark or cloudy if batteries need charging, possibly run whole lot on normal ac depending on 24 or 48v haven’t decided yet.

Mainly wondered what selection of appliances are for 24v compared to 48v, a lot of buses and trucks run 24v and there seems to be good selection

Will probably go 24v with a inverter for ac loads and with couple power points that only work on inverter and a power inlet for generator and rest of power points and a step down for 12v usb and cig
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