Karl said:You should also get a 3-stage converter/charger with a minimum of 40-50 amps output. Both Honda and Yamaha make good units; the Yamaha can be fitted with a remote, keyfob start system - great on those cold, rainy nights!
How do I find out if the converter/charger that came in my trailer is 2 stage or 3 stage?
The converter/charger will plug into either the generator or shore power (whatever you're using at the time) regardless of it being a two-stage or three-stage unit. With certain two-stage units like Gary mentioned, you can add the Charge Wizard to them. Not all units will accept them and, if you have a very old converter/charger, get a new three-stage unit. That's why we need to know what's currently installed.If the converter in my TT is a 3-stage, then I just plug the trailer into the generator, and I'm good to go. If the converter is a good 2-stage, I get a charge wizard, in lieu of the third stage, and plug that in where? If I have a crappy 2-stage, I get a good 3-stage and plug it in where? Do I use it with shore power as well?