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How to use DC power supply to power AC powered appliances?

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Mar 13, 2023
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am interested to run my cooking appliances on dc, while the dc powered by ac, thereby having the electric in order, less chaotic, less detrimental to health, while not limited in duration on voltage/wattage power
how can that be done >?
 

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I have a 120VAC single hot plate 1500 Watt stove running DC from 3 x 400 Watt solar 40 Volt surplus panels in series that heats/boils a 6 gallon pot of water during the day and releases its heat up to midnight into the house. :rolleyes:

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Theres always a dc version of an ac appliance, it could be an effector difference, or what it uses as its gizmo's. everything dc wll run off batteries and no need for oscilation.

They say computers run with dc, but it actually isnt true, they are on ac for feedback, only feedforward systems with no output back redependance on input dont need ac. so feedforward perceptrons are the dc version of computers.
Comments like this simply show your absolute lack of knowledge.
 

kellys_eye

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am interested to run my cooking appliances on dc, while the dc powered by ac, thereby having the electric in order, less chaotic, less detrimental to health, while not limited in duration on voltage/wattage power
how can that be done >?
I'm not sure why you consider AC 'detrimental to your health' but, for ANY device that is a simple resistive load (any heater basically) you can operate them on DC as well as AC. There is no power saving though, the power used is the same in both cases.
 
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