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Old 10-19-2015, 06:20 PM   #11
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You really need a bigger battery. We drained the OEM battery on one night and was only getting a humm from the fan the next am. Temp was only 18 degrees and it was 6 below when we left home earlier in the day. Charged back up on the10 hour drive on day 2 but when its really cold, 1 battery can be sketchy.

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Old 10-19-2015, 07:19 PM   #12
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Temperature difference inside vs outside of TT over a 24 hour period

I keep a remote temperature sensor from my weather station in the TT, just to see what the temperature is. Since the Home Control PC stores all the data, I was curious as to what difference was between the outside temperature and the interior temperature for a 24 hour period. So, there was no heat or AC used just let the TT sit (closed up) as it does every day. I hate to see what the temperature difference would have been without the "GLACIER PACKAGE" option.

Sorry "Northerners" this is Florida winter temperatures, but it will give you an idea as to what you are up against.

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