That's why we bought 2 of the 2200 watt models and a parellel kit. We can run one just for charging or the toaster, link the two for running AC. Both are light enough to move as required, and that way, you always have a spare to help other RVers in trouble as we did last year on a site near Libby.I bought the champion 4250w but I am not sure I can lift 90lbs. Let alone where to store it.
really ?Then why did you buy it with out a plan to use it.?? >>>Dan ( Buy the way,, you have way too much solar for the amount of battery capacity.)
exactly, that's how it's supposed to be..!My point was that is power production exceeded his ability to store it.>>>Dan
Same here. One cloudy day and your batteries are drained
I don’t know. I have tv and charging devices. Fridge. That’s about it.
600w and 500ah lithium.
So, I've been looking at all these different battery monitors on Amazon. There's the Victron, for over $200, the Renology for around $75, and this thing for $25. Seems like they all claim to do the same thing.Now $25.99. Inflation, you know. Still pretty incredible considering monitors like this were selling for 10x that price a few years back and some still are.
AILI DC 5-40V 200A Voltage Current AH Meter Battery Charge Discharge Bidirectional & Shunt - - Amazon.com