Glenn S Posted June 7, 2022 Share Posted June 7, 2022 (edited) Ok, so here's the thing. I have a 24v 3500w hf inverter. It was a warranty replacement that took way too long to get here, so in the meantime I bought my U-power LF inverter which is what I currently use. When my replacement hf inverter finally arrived, it was too late, so it currently still sits in the box. Anyway, my buddy sent me his 12v 3000w inverter to repair. As I opened his inverter, I realized it was identical in every way to my 24v 3500w inverter. I even used my old one for some parts to repair his. Now, my gf's Reliable just shit the bed on me when I hooked it up this year(fets blew out the moment I turned it on, no load). So while I'm fighting with them to get a replacement, I remembered my inverter. Since his 3000 was identical to my 3500, and rated at a lower wattage (3000), could I possibly modify my 24v to a 12? I know you can with the GS and probably PJ ones with some work. Is it as simple as turning a pot down in my case? Normally I know you'd want to maybe beef up the wiring, but like I said, its 12v counterpart there was exactly the same internally, and I really examined the bitch too because I was really surprised to see that. Anyway, is it doable at all? Thanks! Edited June 7, 2022 by Glenn S Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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