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RE: 2000 watt pure sine wave inverter recommendation needed

I have an AIMS 2000 watt inverter with remote. Have had it about 2 years, am very satisfied with it's performnce. Price was resonable. https://smile.amazon.com/PWRI200012120S-Inverter-Continuous-Connect-Terminal/dp/B01E3V66QS/ref=sr_1_12?crid=251DQJBHVGFZD&keywords=2000+watt+pure+sine+inverter&qid=1642893536&sprefix=2000+watt+pure+sine+inverter%2Caps%2C72&sr=8-12 If you want to run a microwave, remember a 1500 watt microwave(input probably is about 2300-2400 watt) may/probably will overload your 2K inverter. I had to change out mine to a 900 watt microwave. I love having it, but coffee makers and microwaves suck up the amps !! Doug
doughere 01/22/22 04:29pm Tech Issues
RE: More efficient propane furnace

Hi, The platinum cat vented catalytic heater is yards more efficient. I'm not even sure they're selling those any more. There is a website, but it doesn't have any info on where to actually buy one. ETA: Apparently, someone is still selling them on a built-to-order basis. Camco and Mr. Heater make unvented catalytic heaters that are readily available - and they are even more efficient than their vented counterparts. They don't require any electricity, so there is no drain on your house batteries while dry-camped. I use the Camco 3000 BTU model in my little 17-footer, and like it immensely. I will not use an unvented combustion heater. My daughter is a CO survivor. READ THIS CAREFULLY
doughere 01/08/22 05:01pm Tech Issues
RE: Tank treatment that can restore sensor accuracy?

NO
doughere 12/29/21 04:22pm Tech Issues
RE: can this possibly be true? 150 amp hours $46.51 cdn

No
doughere 07/30/21 05:47pm Tech Issues
RE: 50 amp adjustable converter/charger

Thanks
doughere 05/12/21 03:03pm Tech Issues
50 amp adjustable converter/charger

I'm looking for a high current adjustable voltage charger in the 50 amp range. I know I can parallel a couple of 30's, but would rather a single unit.
doughere 05/12/21 06:21am Tech Issues
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