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    Has anyone else tested this for a period of time? Like 12 hours or so?

    I saw on a wiki page (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fiat_5...at_500e_(2013)) that the Fiate 500e inverter is the "INVCON 2.3 by Bosch". I couldn't find the specs for the DC-DC power output max to the 12v battery.

    I want to get a 1000w inverter, but just want to make sure that it doesn't prematurely drain the battery.

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    Quote Originally Posted by firefly View Post
    Has anyone else tested this for a period of time? Like 12 hours or so?

    I saw on a wiki page (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fiat_5...at_500e_(2013)) that the Fiate 500e inverter is the "INVCON 2.3 by Bosch". I couldn't find the specs for the DC-DC power output max to the 12v battery.

    I want to get a 1000w inverter, but just want to make sure that it doesn't prematurely drain the battery.
    Hi, wanted to report back on how this works, this last week the power was out for a few days and I had the opportunity to use the system. Went great. I turned the ignition only partway on, and that will charge the 12v system from the hi voltage battery. Ran it for 14 hours one day, about 8 the next day til the power came back on. Drained the battery down to 72 percent the first day, and 62% the second day. The fridge was off for like 9 hours before I hooked everything up the first day, I think it warmed up and it took a long time to cool it back down. A steady 160w-200w, plus some led lights and phone, laptop chargers. It is kind of an old fridge, maybe 90s, I suspect it may not be running efficiently, they say a fridge should run like 8 hours a day. I moved some ice in the refrigerator the second night when I turned the car off and went to bed and that helped a lot.

    I also ran an angle grinder off the car in the middle of this, but was shy and unplugged the fridge.

    One hiccup I had was that when I had the ignition partway on, is I couldnt lock the car with the remote on my second key, but I realize now I could have used the physical lock on the drivers side to lock it from the outside, duh! Forgot it was there.

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    Doggone you guys are smart!! Man I'm reading this going, "How did they figure this out?" Makes me want to try it, just to have a backup in place. Thankfully, we don't get many power outages in AZ, thanks to the Nuclear plant, but it would be cool to use camping or something. Of course, my car would have to have longer range to get to the camping spot!

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    FIAT should use this as an add to sale their ev. I have a question though. If the power was out for an extended period of time and you were not able to recharge the car could a gas generator recharge the car?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tramonto View Post
    FIAT should use this as an add to sale their ev. I have a question though. If the power was out for an extended period of time and you were not able to recharge the car could a gas generator recharge the car?
    Yes, just make sure you use an inverter generator. I wouldn't trust a regular generator because of the electronics being sensitive in our Fiat 500e. The real question is what generator to use with our car that a level 2 charger could run off, definitely would cost a lot to except a level 2 charger on an inverter generator.

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