Just wondering what the best approach would be here. When my trailer isn't in use I pull the fuse on the battery to keep the parasitic draw from killing it over the course of a week or two. With my Pop-Up I would than stick a Battery Tender on the battery (1.5 amp model) to keep the battery charged and healthy while the Pop-Up sat in my garage. Since I did not have top down fridge access in that unit, I never plugged it in until I was actually camping.
Fast forward to my new travel trailer. I still pull the fuse, but as I get closer to heading out w/ it I will be plugging it in to start the fridge. Is the converter good enough to get the battery back up to where it needs to be? Or should I nurse the battery every week or two w/ a 5 amp battery tender http://www.amazon.com/Battery-Tender...y+tender+5+amp
before I plug the unit in to start the fridge?
I only have a group 24 battery on this unit, and while I dry camp w/ a Honda Companion I'd still rather have the battery in tip top shape before heading out.