doesn't hurt the wallet quite as bad to make sure you have enough capacity and, if you have too much, you have not thrown away quite as much as with AGMs. (The coveted pull through sites are always a plus!). Find the wattages for each appliance and determine the total amps. But how do you know how far they have been discharged? The following diagram shows a typical set-up where the RV has both a converter and a separate inverter. Remember at the beginning when we talked about a 30-amp power cord having 3 prongs? Inverters An inverter is a device that inverts (changes) DC power (battery power) to AC power so that you can run AC appliances in your rig without being hooked up to shore power or without running a generator. Most Popular Battery Charging Methods RV batteries are charged by either a converter, an inverter/charger, or by solar panels.
RV parks that have a cable hook-up, and weve found 50ft is plenty long.
RV parks we visit in our travels only a small handful have cable, and of those only a couple have a quality non-static signal.
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If you own a recreational vehicle that has a 50-amp electrical system and youve pulled into a campground where both 50- and 30-amp service are available, please pick the 50-amp service.
RV power plug is four prongs (50 amps you can plug in and run almost every appliance in your rig at the same time including two air conditioners.
Figuring AC Electrical Requirements Let's look at some examples of AC appliances. The campground electrical pedestal and generators supply 120-volt, AC power to most of your RV appliances (TVs, microwaves, air conditioners, computers, blow dryers, satellite receivers, etc.) The batteries (called "house batteries" or "coach batteries) in your RV supply 12-volt, DC power to non-AC appliances. For this campground we have 50-amp service, because our main hookup is 50-amp well be connecting this way. A Starting Battery is what is used in most vehicles to start engines. That would be 1 amp when hooked up to AC power (120 Watts / 120 Volts 1 Amp). Instead, I'll provide links to some really informative web pages. Most RVs will come with one or two "house" or "coach" batteries. If the compressor turns off and on too quickly it creates extreme stress and the compressor can be damaged.
That requires something called an "inverter". You can use sewer hose supports to make that process simpler. Our slide-outs arent located near our hookups, but if yours are then you may want to pull them out after you get everything hooked. You can also get external devices (Charge Wizard brand, for example) that plug into some existing converters to regulate battery charging. It's located on the appliance nameplates or in the owners manuals. Our coffee maker uses 1000 watts -.33 amps (1000/120 volts) Linda's blow dryer uses 1875 watts -.63 amps (1875/120 volts) Our DVD/CD player uses 80 watts -.67 amps (80/120 volts) Our refrigerator -.5 amps (they made that one easy and gave. As you can see looking for sex in Southport from the picture above, this campground has both 50 and 20-amp service.
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