Re: Building your own Back up Power Supply.. Any Help Please.
All a inverter does is conversation the 12v direct current to the current in your wall socket depending on where you are, The big difference with the UPS is it keeps the battery charged up where as a inverter and battery you will have to charge the battery every so often or keep a float charger on it to keep the charge topped off, Also the ups has the power going through it but the inverter you will need to plug it in once the power goes out so it kind of deletes the purpose of it in the first place.
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