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Old 09-06-2016, 08:31 PM   #11
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Just freaking awesome. I like simple too. You turn off your charger and plug your trailer into itself. Doesn't get much more simple. You don't have to worry about blowing yourself up because you can't be plugged into shore power and yourself at the same time. Brilliant and not terribly expensive (I like that too)!!

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Old 09-09-2016, 03:51 PM   #12
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My trailer has gen-prep but my setup is similar. I put the inverter and AGM batteries where the genny would go and then wired a 110v plug into the genny feed to the xfer switch. If I plug the cord into the inverter I'm off battery, otherwise I plug it into my portable generator. I also stuck a label on the inverter to tell me to turn off the converter. There's another label on the main panel where I mounted a lighted push-button that I use to remote on/off the inverter.

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