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Old 06-07-2019, 10:54 AM   #11
The Gritz Carlton
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Interesting idea, but how would one go about determining how large of an inverter is needed and can be powered using the existing alternator on my RV, which is built on the Ford E450 chassis?

Connect inverter to house or chassis battery bank. AMPS X VOLTS = WATTAGE necessary. Usually a 1000W - 1200W inverter would work for that usage. Find out what Amperage your TV draws. Multiply this by 120. That equals the Wattage necessary. For the fridge, use the surge amperage for calculations. Add together all devices you will run at one time.
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