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RE: Kisae SW2420 PSW Inverter 24VDC-120VAC

Operating Altitude Up to 9,843ft (3000m) above sea levelWell that *is* weird.
2oldman 04/22/17 07:31pm Tech Issues
RE: Kisae SW2420 PSW Inverter 24VDC-120VAC

Specification sheet mentions the max elevation.My control-F search found no reference to elevation in the first post's link. The capacitors blow up?
2oldman 04/22/17 07:11pm Tech Issues
RE: Kisae SW2420 PSW Inverter 24VDC-120VAC

Good thinking on the 24 v 12 charging. 700w should easily handle 2 batteries (2- right?). Should you need a 24v charger PM me.
2oldman 04/22/17 07:08pm Tech Issues
RE: WiFi verses Powerline

I am not sure how anyone here knows what the backhaul is at this location. After being subjected to literally hundreds of RV park wifi setups, I can make a conclusion of reasonable assuredness it's poor. It doesn't matter, this is a sales post.
2oldman 04/22/17 04:28pm Technology Corner
RE: Never heard of a warranty like this

What warranty could this possibly affect? The valve?
2oldman 04/22/17 04:01pm Beginning RVing
RE: Kisae SW2420 PSW Inverter 24VDC-120VAC

24v is a whole lot easier on the amps draw. Should be fine for a few minutes' use, but I woudn't be firing up the a/c just yet. By the way, what are you using for charging?
2oldman 04/22/17 03:58pm Tech Issues
RE: WiFi verses Powerline

Won't make any difference since the backhaul is so poor. Verses are in the Bible, you meant versus.
2oldman 04/22/17 03:53pm Technology Corner
RE: Never heard of a warranty like this

Good way to sell RV paper.
2oldman 04/22/17 03:47pm Beginning RVing
RE: Kisae SW2420 PSW Inverter 24VDC-120VAC

Think those are 20A GFCI Sockets... I have to look at the extension cord I'm using to run this to the AC distribution centre..Yes,they are.. good. So you're hardwiring it in? Being the eternal skeptic I'd make sure it'll run a toaster from one of those outlets.
2oldman 04/22/17 03:38pm Tech Issues
RE: Kisae SW2420 PSW Inverter 24VDC-120VAC

YOU may have to rewire to get 2 kw
2oldman 04/22/17 02:40pm Tech Issues
RE: Kisae SW2420 PSW Inverter 24VDC-120VAC

Not a hard-wire version?
2oldman 04/22/17 12:58pm Tech Issues
RE: 150 watts of solar using Lance factory wiring????

2oldman, all day and only 10 amps? He'd get more than 10.50 amp hours, not 50 amps. 10 amps is his highest instantaneous output.
2oldman 04/22/17 11:06am Tech Issues
RE: 150 watts of solar using Lance factory wiring????

"AM I wasting my time starting with just 150 watts?" No. You should be able to make 50 amps on a reasonably sunny day..No, more like 10.
2oldman 04/22/17 10:16am Tech Issues
RE: 150 watts of solar using Lance factory wiring????

but putting them on the panel output is better then (than) no bypass diodes at all when wiring in seriesYes, it would be better to shut down the shaded panel. Series wiring eliminates the combiner box and your #12 wiring is good to many more hundreds of watts.
2oldman 04/22/17 09:57am Tech Issues
RE: 150 watts of solar using Lance factory wiring????

.. series and use a MPPT controller. If done this way, I would want to add some bypass diodes to the wiring to limit the effect any shading had on the output.I don't know of any way to add bypass diodes to a panel, which is where they go.
2oldman 04/22/17 09:38am Tech Issues
RE: 1st Trip 4/26 & now battery issues What Brand if replacing?

Maybe his small inverter is 1,000 watts.Maybe his one battery is 460ah.
2oldman 04/21/17 06:34pm Tech Issues
RE: Portable Satellite Questions

Also, use the Signal Meters screen, not the Signal Strength screen - the one that shows all the xponders. The SM screen reacts instantaneously. Not so much the other one.
2oldman 04/21/17 01:25pm Technology Corner
RE: SWM Satelitte Signal Meter Recommendations

donn0128 - So everything appears to be in the $400 - $600 range. I was hoping for a solution for about half of that. y the dish is on a tripod outside the MH. Can't see the TV from there. A Swift Hitch camera is about half that. No, but your wife can. Use the Signal Meters screen. It responds almost instantly when it finds the signal. The onboard meter is never wrong. I can't see investing in another one. Alaska? You won't be getting anything there.
2oldman 04/21/17 01:14pm Technology Corner
RE: Durango RV Resort in Red Bluff CA

I found one post from a few years ago.
2oldman 04/21/17 11:43am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: 1st Trip 4/26 & now battery issues What Brand if replacing?

.. I have an extension cord that I can pull up through the laundry opening and plug in the coffee maker OR toaster. Never both at once. Has worked fineNo, I don't mean where are the cords, I mean coffee and toasters take a LOT of power.
2oldman 04/21/17 11:00am Tech Issues
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