As far as conserving power goes, we're out to have a good time, so another battery just makes more sense.
48Rob wrote:As far as conserving power goes, we're out to have a good time, so another battery just makes more sense.
If you wanna be Daniel Boone and go camping with candles, cool!
If you want to use up lots of power while camping or touring having extra batteries is cool too!
As has been pointed out; while polls are fun and sometimes informative, when it comes to sizing the electrical system for your trailer, other people's opinions will be great guidelines...for their usage, but not yours.
The math isn't hard to do.
S. Heisley wrote:One more thing to consider (I didn't check to see if someone already mentioned this). When you have more than one battery, if one battery goes bad, it is always suggested that you replace both because having one battery weaker than the other can cause problems. Replacing two batteries could be more expensive and more hassle. For that reason, I think it is better to have one big battery rather than two smaller batteries wired in tandem.
halfdome, Danny wrote:
Jane uses a 110 volt curling iron on the inverter too.
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