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Author Topic: Ford F-150 PowerBoost as mobile show power?  (Read 488 times)

John Roberts {JR}

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Re: Ford F-150 PowerBoost as mobile show power?
« Reply #10 on: August 04, 2022, 02:20:14 PM »

I foresee a whole new conversation on bonding and grounding.  It's one think to plug a cord connected tool into a ruck-a whole different to plug in a bunch of interconnected gear to a power source-especially if that gear is not "generator" mounted.
Unclear what the difference is between this and a conventional generator?
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I still say this a good case to argue for an industry standard 12/24/36 or even 48 VDC supply standard.
audio from EV truck power is a tiny sub sector of a tiny sub market. The mass market will get the most utility from conventional mains power voltage and AC frequency. I wonder if EU market trucks get 230VAC, 50Hz? Probably.  8)
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No reason for the inefficiency of the inverters to convert back to DC.  I looked at the AHM-64 a few days ago -because of another thread.  I thought it interesting that an install product had a DC power provision for backup but it doesn't seem like that has gone mainstream for stuff designed to be portable yet.
I recall years ago discussion about DC power distribution for inside modern homes for some of the reasons you enumerated. I haven't heard much about that lately. 

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Re: Ford F-150 PowerBoost as mobile show power?
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