drgeoff
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Re: Can Pi be powered by stepped sine wave power generated by a UPS?

Fri Mar 15, 2019 1:22 am

JohnsUPS wrote:
Thu Mar 14, 2019 9:57 pm
That is the same as saying your house outlets are 169 volts. They are, in peak-peak terms
169 volts is not the peak-to-peak of 120 volts RMS.

You still have not addressed my question about your "Cos .707 = 0.999".

JohnsUPS
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Re: Can Pi be powered by stepped sine wave power generated by a UPS?

Sat Mar 16, 2019 3:59 pm

120VAC RMS * 1.414.= 169.68 peak. I stand corrected - I meant peak, not P-P.
Otherwise, what I stated about discussions concerning voltage and wattage values being in RMS terms versus peak values still holds true.
You still have not addressed my question about your "Cos .707 = 0.999".
It just is.
It wasn't put in the post as any kind of proof of anything other than what it states. Sorry if that bothered you.

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