It will be fixed, thanks!
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The inverter you'd need is a function of how much power you want to draw. If you want (say) 6 kW continuous, that would be (for eg) two 3 kW inverters.
I didn't price these up, because you'd need the inverter capacity whatever battery you're using, it remains the same.
As far as we are able to tell at this point, the relevant wording of the decree is this:
"O armazenamento e a recuperação de dados a que se refere o caput deverá ser realizada em centro de processamento de dados fornecido por órgãos e entidades da administração pública federal"
Roughly: the storage and retrieval of data referred to [in this legislation] should be held in data processing [facilities] provided by entities of the federal public administration.
Re: Enough is enough
[Posted by the author on behalf of someone who's run into a Bad Internets Day]
Why would you cancel an order for the most technically advanced and awesome device on the planet at the moment? Because one headline-grabbing techie identified a flaw that could be fixed in minutes by any-old-coder?
I suspect it will be fixed quickly.
Oh, and apparently I'm a "coward" for not wrangling with the authentication things here. Meh.
Re: Eye strain
A study, no. I asked Australia's ophthalmologists' professional body about this. Their answer was that since the "glasses" project their images "at infinite distance" there shouldn't be a problem.
Since optometry and ophthalmology instruments employ the same trick for some testing instruments, I decided to accept that answer.