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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 11-18-2020, 04:50 AM Thread Starter
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Power inverter

Have you bought any power inverter station ?
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post #2 of 4 (permalink) Old 11-18-2020, 07:37 AM
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I bought a small one for my RV, but it wasn't powerful enough, so I was left in the Yellow Stone National park without any electricity
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post #3 of 4 (permalink) Old 11-18-2020, 08:45 AM
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I think that small, portable power inverter stations are not suitable for modern RVs. My wife and I sold her grandparent's house after they passed away. On that money, we purchased a new and modern RV to take trips across the country. Our RV has installed solar plants on the rooftop, which supply us with electricity. But when we took our first trip, I thought that it won’t be enough for us, so I also bought a portable Pure Sine Wave Power Inverter for 8000W on http://www.manmaicha.com/Power-inverter-Manufacturers-China.html, and this thing saved us. When we were in Utah, the weather was cloudy, and solar plants couldn’t fully charge. The power inverter could supply us with electricity until the weather has improved.
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I think that small, portable power inverter stations are not suitable for modern RVs. My wife and I sold her grandparent's house after they passed away. On that money, we purchased a new and modern RV to take trips across the country. Our RV has installed solar plants on the rooftop, which supply us with electricity. But when we took our first trip, I thought that it won’t be enough for us, so I also bought a portable Pure Sine Wave Power Inverter for 8000W on http://www.manmaicha.com/Power-inverter-Manufacturers-China.html, and this thing saved us. When we were in Utah, the weather was cloudy, and solar plants couldn’t fully charge. The power inverter could supply us with electricity until the weather has improved.

Thank you for sharing this. We are planning to rent an RV to travel across the country. I will probably also get one of the portable power inverter for our trip. Just to be on safe side
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