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Really low cost inverters use two live phases 180 degrees out of alignment. Meaning 110v out of phase on both the live and neutral which would give you a phase to phase voltage of 220v

If this doesn't make sense to you, don't worry about it, AC power is complicated.

The reason they do this is because it is cheaper to make inverters that output this way.

The downside is, you can't wire it to a house because your neutral can literally kill someone.

So none of the inverters that can be hardwired will be of this type.

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8 hours ago, Gnome said:

Really low cost inverters use two live phases 180 degrees out of alignment. Meaning 110v out of phase on both the live and neutral which would give you a phase to phase voltage of 220v

If this doesn't make sense to you, don't worry about it, AC power is complicated.

The reason they do this is because it is cheaper to make inverters that output this way.

The downside is, you can't wire it to a house because your neutral can literally kill someone.

So none of the inverters that can be hardwired will be of this type.

Are You really? how to thread about inverter that type like this

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