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RE: converter replacement

thank you. Exactly what i need
maybz 05/15/19 07:35pm Travel Trailers
RE: converter replacement

the 12 volt system is not working at all. i want to replace the whole power distribution center. i would then have 12 volt fuses. at large party functions a generator is used for running outlets to run electric appliances if needed and in return would peak charge my batteries. sorry for any confusion.
maybz 05/14/19 07:48pm Travel Trailers
RE: converter replacement

thanks for the replies. The trailer is stationary parked in my own little bush lot. Currently using 5-40 watt solar panels for charging a series of 3 12 volt batteries. I have never had a 12 volt power failure using any of the 12 volt accessories. just making sure that i will purchase the right converter to power up the a/c for a few hours when needed. I am pretty sure it is running off a 15 amp breaker. I do think i will run new wiring from the batteries to the new converter, when I am spending the time for a new hook up. thanks again
maybz 05/14/19 05:43pm Travel Trailers
converter replacement

I am replacing an allanson D40 brc-e converter in a older Citation trailer. 12 volt side is shot. This trailer is used only for off grid camping, occasionally using a generator when needed, and it runs the a/c on those hot days to cool down. I am open to any suggestions on a full power panel assembly. I just dont know if i should go 40 amp or larger, as i dont know the actual draw of the air conditioner. the fridge is propane only. Or could i drop down to a 30-35 amp, as for 12 volt it would be lights ,pump and radio drawing power. Any help is appreciated and thanks
maybz 05/13/19 05:27pm Travel Trailers
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