Originally Posted by lobo
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3.5 kva 120 volt AC inverter system for emergency power, control power to the helm station and for refrigeration during times when the generators are offline
The DC electrical system is a 24 volt distribution system with a maximum capacity of 765 amp/hours. The DC system is to provide limited power the ships inverter system and provide power to the helm station DC equipment
Standard batteries are located per PAE machinery drawing and are provided as follows:
24 volt DC house battery bank - consists of six (6) 8D, 12 volt "Lifeline" AGM batteries @ 255 Ah each. connected in series/parallel. A total battery bank capacity of 765 amp/hours is provided for emergency, control, ships equipment and limited operation without operation of a generator or shore power connection
Yes, but is an AC pump going to work when the wiring is submerged? Is the inverter going to work when there is 2' of water in the engine room? If the shorepower goes out on the dock, will the inverter automatically come on or does it have to be manually turned on?