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ATS – Automatic Transfer Switch

ATS – Automatic Transfer Switch

When was the last time you took a look inside your ATS?  Have you ever looked at it? One of the leading causes of fires in an RV is loose connections/wires in your ATS. What is an ATS? It is the decision maker on who feeds electricity to your RV(assuming you have two...

Microwave

Q: While trailer is hooked up to tow vehicle, can I use my microwave? A: Nope, microwave needs AC voltage just like at a house, so you need to be hooked up to either shore power or be running a generator to get the electricity you need to run the...

EMS vs Surge Suppressor

Q: What is a Surge Suppressor? A: A surge suppressor stop excessive voltage from coming down the wire to your RV. Q: What is an EMS? A: An Electrical Management System or EMS is a step up from a surge suppressor. Q: Why would I want an EMS instead of a surge...

Converter & Inverter

Q: What is the difference between a converter and an inverter? A: Inverter: takes DC(battery power) and converts it to 120V AC, there are two types, modified sine wave and pure sine wave. Converter: takes 120VAC(shore power or generator) power and it converts it to...