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I have a 550W 3ph electric motor / pump and a VFD which is a 220VAC input to 220VDC which is connected to my motor, so my motor can start at a lower speed until reach 1,390 rpm, also I have a 12VDC to 230VAC pure sine 1000W inverter, my question is: If I use a car alternator that rotate at 5000rpm or so and generate 14.7VDC and probably 80amps can I connect the alternator to the inverter and power up my motor/pump? the alternator will be rotating by an external supply using two pulley's and a belt...
 
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