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RADIANT HEAT OR POWERFULL COMPACT 9000 BTU TO 40,000 BTU FAN FORCED FURNACES SOME REQUIRE NO POWER TO OPERATE OTHERS PROPANE AND 12 VOLT POWER SOURCE AND WALLA YOU HAVE HEAT JUST ABOUT ANY WHERE PRETTY INSTALL IN ANY RV CUSTOM TRAILER CAMPER ETC.SOME PICS ARE SAMPLES STOCK CHANGES .
PROPANE OPERATED FRIDGES SOME REQUIRE NO POWER TO OPERATE
AND MANY WILL GO LOW ENOUGH TEMP TO MAKE AN ENTIRE FREEZER SPACE. SORRY MANY ARE SOLD WILL BE LOOKING FOR MORE
PROPANE OPERATED APPLIANCES COOKING BAKING
MOST PICTURED ARE IN STOCK PLEASE CONTACT TO VERIFY
GREAT FOR TINY HOUSE , CABIS , BUS OR BUSSIE ,RV ,TRAILER,CAMPER 5TH WHEEL ,TOY HAULER,
CUSTOM TRAILER ,CARGO TRAILERS TEAR DROP ,VARGO
COMPACT SIZE MOST ARE UNDER A 22 " 22 X 22 X 22
GREAT OFF GRID APPLIANCE THESE OPERATE REMOTELY FOR CAMPING,HUNTING OR EMERGENCY.
6 GALLON AND 10 GALLON WATER HEATERS PROPANE ONLY PROPANE 110 AND
CAN BE PORTABLE HOT WATER WITH A WATER PUMP TANK OR CREEK AND PROPANE
HARVS HAS ABOUT ANYTHING YOU COULD NEED FOR
YOUR DROP IN CAMPER AC TO FRIDGES FURNACES JACKS
DOORS WINDOWS CUSHIONS
Awnings provide fast rollout cover for rain or too much sun :-)
Occasionally Have used awnings assemblies (arms legs riollers fabric) 9 foot to 21 complete prices vary 300-700.
Ac units are pretty ez to install ,Many rv,s campers etc are prewired . Although I do recommend someone with experience. The main unit sit on top of your rv , trailer or ???. with a special gasket between the roof and upper roof unit they are mounted from inside via a special plate . I have included pics to help with explanation. They require 110 volts and or typically a 3000 watt or higher generator and minimal 15 amp seperate circuit. see pics below
Power converter what are they . These take a 110 volt source shore power , or a generater and change the voltage to 12 volt . some when you disconnect 110 source if you have 12 volt battery supply they will automatically switch . and many have a switch that will manually change to battery source . very handy for any custom trailer, tent trailer, rv ,camper, van ,bus , toy hauler horse trailer cabin or cave ....
First of all let’s talk briefly about what your RV converter does. When you plug your RV into an electrical source, or when you use the onboard generator, the converters job is to reduce 120 volts AC down to 12 volt DC to supply power to all of the 12 volt appliances and accessories in the RV. If you weren’t plugged into an electrical source your RV battery(s) would supply the power to all of the 12 volt appliances and accessories in the RV. The converter basically prevents your RV battery(s) from draining when you’re plugged in.
There are two types of amperage draw concerning your RV. The AC amps we are using and the DC amps we are using. I’ll try to explain. When you plug your RV into an electrical source and use 120 volt appliances like the roof air conditioner, the microwave and a TV you are drawing amps from the available supply at the campground, usually 30 or 50 depending on your RV electrical system and the electrical supply you are plugged into. When you’re plugged into an electrical source and you use DC appliances and accessories like fans, lights, pumps or the TV antenna booster you are drawing amps from the converter. Are you more confused now than when we started? Let’s try wording this a little different.
Let’s say you plug your RV into a 30 amp electrical supply and you only use 120 volt appliances. You’re using available amps from the 30 amp electrical supply for whatever 120 volt appliances are running, but the converter is drawing almost 0 amps because you’re not using any DC accessories. It will use a small amount for items like the LP gas leak detector, clocks or maybe an aisle light, but not enough to really affect the amperage you are plugged into.
Your RV converter is rated for a certain amperage i.e. 30 amps, 45 amps, 55 amps. In other words a 45 amp converter is capable of running 45 amps worth of 12 volt appliances in the RV. When your RV converter is working at its maximum capacity, which in this case is producing 45 amps for 12 volt appliances and accessories, it is drawing a full 8 amps out of the 30 amps available from the campground electrical supply.
Generator convenient portable power that run on gas . various sizes