Question: The DC power of the battery cannot be directly connected to the electrical appliance
Label: Question: The DC power of the battery cannot be directly connected to the electrical appliances. A: It depends on the battery voltage and what kind of electrical appliances you are using. Common household electrical appliances. Some use AC power directly, and some are transferred from AC power. Powered by direct current. For example: electric rice cookers, incandescent lamps, electric stoves, water heaters, electric fans, exhaust fans and other electrical appliances use AC power. However, computers, TVs, energy-saving lamps, microwave ovens, induction cookers, etc. use DC power. The difference between them is I'm talking about equipment that converts into heat and magnetic energy. If the electrical appliance uses direct current and the battery voltage also meets the electrical requirements, it can be directly connected to the electrical appliance for use.