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'Rare Earth Permanent Magnet' Generators?

Discussion in 'Marketplace' started by hansp77, Nov 27, 2006.

  1. hansp77
    Joined: Mar 2006
    Posts: 690
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    Location: Melbourne Australia


    I am looking for a cheap little generator to do work on the water,
    maximum use would probably be running a power tool OR maybe lights at night and OR charging the battery- they say deal for sensitive equipment, TV, Computer, Exceptional motor start capability- so also charging up the laptop would be good..
    I found a $299(Aus) add in the trading post about a 1Kva 950 watt 62db Rare Earth Permanent Magnet Sine Wave PS1000X.
    They claim that it copes a lot better with inductive loads (such as power tools), and is generally more efficient.

    I haven't found much other information about them,
    have posted on wbf with no hits yet,
    anyone have any experience or knowledge?


    ps- here is a pdf stats link

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