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The Duracell 3000-Watt high power inverter converts vehicle power into household power. The inverter is ideal for use on mobile work sites, emergency power, outdoor recreation, and automotive/ travel situations.

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looked at these before. FYI Honda has nothing to do with this(other than selling the name). so before you start thinking this will be your Honda generators little brother. . it will be your Honda generators step cousin twice removed.
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Good video although your comment is a bit cryptic lol

It's a comparison of batteries and their solar charge rates.
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The Honda is a modified sine wave and the explorer is pure sine
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Seem like it takes quite a long time to charge.
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Good video although your comment is a bit cryptic lol

It's a comparison of batteries and their solar charge rates.
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I know the 140 doesn't have pass thru tech but the 240 and 500 does. I can't find any info on this model. Anyone knows?
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That's a strange looking 12 volt input on the 208. Is that what you're supposed to use for a solar panel?
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Great info on these, thx!
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That's a strange looking 12 volt input on the 208. Is that what you're supposed to use for a solar panel?
Seems like their proprietary connector. Most regular solar panels use MC4.
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Seems like their proprietary connector. Most regular solar panels use MC4.
So, it is not that good?
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Seems like their proprietary connector. Most regular solar panels use MC4.
I have the 500Wh one and it's an 8mm charging input. The Jackery solar panel has Anderson outputs. Amazon has an adapter to convert Anderson to MC4 and vice versa. I also have a Renogy Phoenix that takes 4.5mm charging input.
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So, it is not that good?
I'm sure you can find inexpensive adapters to hook everything up.
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looked at these before. FYI Honda has nothing to do with this(other than selling the name). so before you start thinking this will be your Honda generators little brother. . it will be your Honda generators step cousin twice removed.
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