- Jan 1, 1970
If you want my honest opinion, I wouldn't use any crap devices thatDavid said:Some of the extra money paind for more expensive generators goes towards
the extra electronics which ensure a stable a/c output similar to mains
current. This is generaly described as an inverter system
Believe the instructions.
It is not suitable.
There are warnings against these very cheap generators on caravan and
mobile home discussion fora, as they can damage the internal electrics
of the more sophisticated systems.
couldn't handle a noisy or shaky power line.. Do you really think the
commercial power is a 100% ?
If the device can't handle a little frequency and voltage variation
with a little noise on it, then the device was designed as a cheap, get
it out the door garbage money maker.
I have the 2000 Watt Peak generator that Aldi's has or did have. Yes
, it is a little noisy however, frequency only varies +/- 3 Hz from what
I could see and voltage was with in reason under load changes..
The wave form on it looked almost as good as my 5000 watt Honda
So putting that into prospective, I guess if you think the Aldi
generate is crap, maybe I shouldn't use my Honda either!