Invertor (DC to AC) for power tools
The kind of invertor I am talking about is the type that one plugs into the cigerette lighter of a car, one that converts DC to 120 V AC. They sell for $50-80 and many have peak of may be 900W and continuous duty of may be 700W. I heard that the AC generated is not sinusoidic but rectangular. I don’t know if this is still true now.
Would a 6 amp small trim saw run on such an invertor? The main purpose is to cut 4X8 panels, hopefully precisely, to ease transport.
Of course cordless is a possibility and I may very well opt for one, but I don’t like to buy batteries every two years if I can avoid it. In general I prefer corded.