The lifespan of a 100 Ah battery on an inverter depends on the power consumption of the devices powered and the efficiency of the converter. To estimate this, you need to determine the total power of the load connected to the converter. For example, if you have a 100W load and the inverter is 90% efficient, the battery will provide approximately 100 watt hours (Wh) of energy per hour. Therefore, a 100 Ah battery at 12 V provides approximately 1200 Wh (12 V x 100 Ah).

If the load is 100W, the battery could last around 12 hours (1200Wh/100W) under ideal conditions.

The lifespan of a 100 Ah battery is influenced by its use and discharge rate. If you use a battery with a constant load of 100 watts, the theoretical duration can be calculated as follows: A 100 Ah battery at 12 V has a total capacity of 1200 Wh (12 V x 100 Ah). With a 100W charge, this battery would last approximately 12 hours (1200Wh/100W).

However, actual conditions such as battery efficiency, depth of discharge and load variations may affect this duration.

The amount of current drawn from a 100 Ah battery through a converter depends on the electrical requirements of the load and the voltage of the system. For example, if a 1000W converter is used in a 12V system, the current drawn would be approximately 83.3 amps (1000W/12V). If the load is 500 watts, the current would be approximately 41.7 amps (500W/12V).

The actual current drawn by the battery varies depending on the efficiency of the converter and the connected load.

For a 2000 watt inverter, the recommended battery capacity should be sufficient to meet power demands while considering practical discharge limits. Generally, a 200 Ah battery is a suitable choice to ensure adequate capacity and longevity for a 2000 watt load, especially if you are using high-power devices.

It is important to consider both the battery’s amp-hour rating and its discharge rate to effectively meet the converter’s requirements.

The choice of converter for a 100 Ah battery depends on the electrical requirements and the voltage of the system. For example, if you have a 12V system and a 100Ah battery, an inverter rated up to 1200 watts (12V x 100Ah) would be an appropriate choice, given that the battery capacity matches the electrical needs of your load.

It is crucial to match the converter power rating with the battery capacity and ensure the system is designed to handle peak loads and operational efficiency.