Steve Frederick wrote:Joanne, POY-FECT!!!
Shadow Catcher wrote:Most products that should be used on an inverter are also available to work on DC i.e. fan. For the most part you should not be using anything that uses resistant heat i.e a coffee pot or small heater as they suck amps big time.
I have a Morningstar Sursine 300W inverter to power TV (23W) and a couple of other small loads including the battery charger for small batteries. For my set up the inverter plugs into the battery (6ga cable) and AC wires go back to a DPDT switch that switch between shore power to the AC breakers in the Progressive Dynamics power center. I am a strong believer is having separate sources for what ever application i.e. I have a separate printer and a scanner and if one fails it is less expensive to replace the part that failed. and they are both better quality than the combined units. What is the standby power draw from a combined converter/inverter (you are powering the inverter).
Ron Dickey wrote:I plan to have two batteries. one running right side one running the left. They will be in parallel
I think that is good advise, I mean, look what happend to Joanne!
Hope the new drawings (1 with and 1 without the battery charger) will meet with mass approval
And I promised some FREE graphics programs. Here are 3 that I know are pretty good to even great:
http://graphicssoft.about.com/gi/dynami ... windows%2F
http://graphicssoft.about.com/gi/dynami ... mes_en.htm
dales133 wrote:I realy think omitting shore power all together would be a mistake.
If you ever had guests over at home and no other option you could house them in comfort in the TD and with super early risers like my mother she could read the paper in the morning sun after a comfortable nights sleep due to heating or cooling all supplied by shore power while your charging batteries at the same time
I wouldn't over look it even if you don't think you'll need it, would be bloody ugly to add as an afterthought
Da'engineer wrote:Does anyone use a voltage regulator for their trailer coming off the battery since fully charged battery goes above 12v and goes below 12v when under charged?
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