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  1. Yes, that is true, that is how it works. But, the live frequency is steady until that inverter controlled compressor is on. All other loads don't effect the frequency. The compressor has such a effect on the frequency, that fans nearly stop one moment, and look like a airplane propeller the next!!! All the while, the generators rpm is stable! Any resistive load thats,applied, steady the frequency even when the compressor is running! I can't have a hair dryer running 24/7 just to stabilize the frequency! Could a capacitor smooth the frequency? I can't have a hair dryer running 24/7 just to stabilize the frequency! Could a capacitor smooth the frequency? This is on a boat, why does the variable frequency affect the rest of the AC? The compressor doesn't like it either, it eventually shuts down on error. Again, aNY load added smoothes out the frequency and then everything is fine.
  2. I have severe frequency fluctuations when using a inverter controlled airconditioner. The frequency is stable with any other load or lack of load. The power supply is a 12 5kw diesel generator which is more than adequate. Any resistive load smooths out the frequency perfectly. Unstable frequency is only seen when airconditioner is on. The RPM is,stable The fluctuations are HUGE 3-112 Hz! Can a capacitor remedy this?
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