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Old 07-07-2017, 01:42 PM   #6
Brand: Thor Motor Coach
Model: Challenger 37 GT
State: North Carolina
Posts: 54
THOR #7843
Originally Posted by Tfryman View Post
I think the answer lies in the specs on your inverter, but I would think a 4000 watt inverter should be up to it.

As far as running "everything" off the inverter, you probably need to take the converter out of that loop, nothing but a waste to try to charge your batteries off the inverter that is running on your batteries.

It would be running everything through the inverter in pass through mode, not off of, I'm just partial to set and forget modes, (yes a little bit of a lazy streak! lol) I don't want to have to keep turning the inverter on and off but do want to keep a trickle charge to the batteries.

This is the inverter I'm looking at but open to suggestions.

AIMS Power PICOGLF40W12V240VS 4000W 120/240V AC Pure Sine Split Phase Inverter Charger

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