Originally Posted by Paul L
The manual says what the device is spec'd for 60. As I stated 60 cycles. I asked if anyone has tried it on 50 hertz to see if it will work. I would never have thought to find and read the manual
Sorry, Nothing personal. Unfortunately a lot of people ask questions like this and don't think to read the manual.
I don't know that specific model, but if it's an inverter/charger then the answer is most likely No. All the inverter
chargers that I've seen qualify the incoming AC before throwing the bypass relay and switching to charge mode. The qualification criteria includes checking to be sure the frequency is within a reasonable tolerance of the 60hz design goal. +/- 2 to 3 hz it typical. So unless the incoming power is between 57 and 63 hz (just an example), the inverter/charger will ignore it.
A dedicated charger, on the other hand, will typically work fine on 60 or 50 hz.