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I am having a problem with the power inverter that I am using. It has a low input voltage shut down feature, so when I start the car it shuts itself off killing my laptop. Is there some way I can make some sort of simple electronic device that will keep the inverter feed voltage from dropping when I crank the motor? (capacitor, condensor?)

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Paul
72 Toyota Celica with a 87 TR drive train

[This message has been edited by Quick Toy (edited May 12, 2002).]
 

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I know this prolly isnt what your looking for but couldnt you wire the invertor direct to the battery?
 

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Thanks shmed
I havent done that yet, but if the voltage drops below 10.0v it shuts down. I'm not sure what the cranking voltage drop is at the battery. Hmmm ???

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