Goal: To have lights run for 2 days -10hr/day

I have: 12 led bulbs (each bulb is 14w/120v/60Hz/115mA/5000K) on 4 tracks

Plugged into a heavy duty power strip(my test was done using only three tracks/9 light bulbs with a heavy duty 3 way)

Plugged into a Zamp pure sine power inverter 300watt continuous power/600w surge power (model zp-300ps).

Input: 12v normal (10-15) DC

Output: 120 vac ay 60hz

Note: I cut off the clips, stripped the wires and attached ring terminals to the inverter wires for a better connection

Connected inverter to a NAPA (part 8231) 100ah deep cycle Marine/RV premium battery BCI No.31 MCA @32F(800) CCA @0F(650)

From my calculations to find my draw and the same readout from my killawatt meter, my draw should be 1.4 amps. I plugged the killawatt meter into the inverter and plugged my lights in as well just to double check to see if that changed the load , but it was nominal.

I don’t understand what I’m doing and/or calculating incorrectly, or perhaps this is just the way it works!

This is my first foray into this and I’ve read a lot, but then just dove in and tested it. I’m out of my realm now with troubleshooting!

What I don’t get is most people are trying to run appliances with this setup!

Can anyone see what I’m doing wrong?

Thank you for the help!