Originally Posted by slabat
snip..... Do you need to do anything to your inverter for charging the batteries and can you use a regular 12v battery charger?
Do you mean "converter/charger" rather then "inverter"...., two different products and two different functions. Most RV's come with a converter (converts 110v to 12v)/charger...., some folks may add a stand alone 'inverter' that converts 12v to 110v.
I have two 6v deep cycle/golf cart batteries installed in my TT, connected in series thus producing 12v.
In the case of the basic converter/charger no changes are required...., but some folks may replace the older units (2-stage) with a newer 'smart' converter/charger (3 & 4 stage) that provides enhanced battery(s) performance and maintenance. Most of Jayco's newer RV's already have the 'smart' converter/chargers.
Yes, a standard 12v battery charger can still be used, proper hook-up should be confirmed when dealing with multiple batteries.