The Beckett SDC, according to Beckett is rated Power supply: 13.5 VDC,Operating load: 25 Amps (Actual draw could be less depending on application). If you've got a high amp output...no problem. A large Kohler is a shoe in for this application.Russ, can you break down the limits of powering hot boxes off of power washer batteries? I have a 20+amp recharger on my machine,
I had a customer with an older full size Wayne 120 volt burner and put an inverter on his truck...not sure of the wattage. The inverter couldn't get the split phase motors started because of the low maximum the box could put out...yet a 2,000 watt belt driven generator will twist those motors right up.and I'd like to use a 2000W inverter as a backup when the client doesn't have power on the outside of their building. Do I need a larger inverter?
One battery is plenty if it has a proper charge to it. A group 24 auto battery is perfect. Hooking up batteries in parallel will just make the time between fried ignitors longer.Two sets of 4 gauge battery cables? Two batteries? If I need 4 cables how do I wire that to the battery? Or if two batteries, how do I wire that to the recharger?