The power converter is an essential component in an RV’s electrical system. Typically, coaches have two essentially separate electrical systems; one that provides 120 volts AC to high-power consumption, high-wattage appliances such as coffee makers, microwave ovens, hair dryers, air conditioners, etc. The other, low-voltage part of the electrical system provides 12 volts DC to
With the proliferation of electronic devices, and more and more accessories relying on them, storage batteries are essential for RVing. Many owners ignore their batteries until there’s a problem. Unfortunately, that may be too late to save the expensive items, so it’s worth taking a little time to understand the rv battery basics and how
Camping in your RV with no electrical connection takes preparation and planning. Before you venture off the grid, you need to make sure you understand your battery’s condition and function. Once you know how many hours of electricity you have to camp with, you can implement these easy tips to better conserve power.