As April approaches, the calls to me begin stacking up from concerned RVers. I’m a mobile RV Tech and every spring I encounter the same question from RVers across the country – “What can I do to get my unit ready for camping season?” So I want to pass on some RV information and a few simple tips to, hopefully, save you some time and money and help you get your rig ready to roll!
Connect in the grid-tie inverter if you are wanting to sell on your surplus dc dc Converter power from your property to the national grid and maybe even reduce your power bill to zero!
With receivers like the 608, you no longer need switchers or converters to connect all the components of your home theater. With 6 HDMI inputs, you should be able to handle as many digital video and audio sources you’re ever likely to have. Plus video and audio get switched together with a single remote-control command.
You might have heard about it already, but solar power really is a smart and cost-effective way to supply our energy needs. Commercial solar panels and converters are now more efficient and affordable than ever. For just a few hundred dollars, anyone can setup a good home solar electric system.
Check the battery charger of your digital camera and cell phone too. Some battery chargers can operate at 240 volts, some cannot. Read the labels on your charger and on the transformer that may come with it.
Next, make sure the water heater is full and light the pilot light. Https://Www.Kccscientific.Com/ first drew my attention a couple of months ago when I was searching for Power Converters. If it lights quickly and stays lit after the button is released, great! However, if the flame is small, the orifice might need cleaning. If the flame is good but it won’t stay lit unfortunately you may need an RV Tech to install a new thermocouple Power Converters or gas valve.
Weather Frequency Converters often damages the radiator on the back of the A/C unit. Like fridges, these units need to breathe, so if the aluminum fins are flattened or pushed in they need to be straightened. There are inexpensive kits you can buy to do this; it just requires a nice day and a bit of patience.
Wind power has been around for years. Wind farms are being built right now. States like California and Montana lead the way in use of wind power. A small country like the Netherlands will be having up to 40% of their electrical power supplied by these wind farms. Our homes can also use this power as a continual source of energy. This also gives us a backup source if the power grid goes down. The wind will always blow and I would be more concerned if it stopped!
An extensive use of solar energy is for heating water. In fact, most people, when they hear of solar energy, think of solar water heaters. These work with a somewhat different process than solar panels.
The next decision you need to make is how are you going to power your accessories. You know like the headlights, radio etc. Since these used to be powered by the alternator charging the battery, you can either install an alternator off of the new electric motor drive, or you can setup a separate dc to dc converter to charge an accessory 12 volt battery to power everything. All that’s left now is to just put everything together and voila, you have just completed your first electric car conversion.