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Kawasaki 1500 watt power inverter model #840125

Question:
I hooked up the inverter this morning and it was showing a "P" and a "U" on the display. What do these mean? We couldn't find anything in the operators manual. Thank you.
Answer:
Good question.  The P stands for the Wattage being drawn by any product plugged into the inverter.  The P will illuminate, followed by the amount of wattage being drawn and as for the U, that stands for voltage and here again when illuminated, is followed by the voltage being applied to the invertor so, P rerpresents the output portion and the U represents the input voltage.



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