Off-the-Grid Power Consumption
Question for the Editors
Ohm's law seems to say I will use less power through the inverter, with a 26 watt 120 volt light using .2166 amps with a .5 amp inverter draw for a total of .7166 amps, and a 26 watt 12 volt DC light drawing 2.166 Amps. Somehow logic tells me this has to be wrong. What am I missing?
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