The Champion 3500 watt dual fuel inverter has some great advantages over the old model. The old design included a complicated battery setup that was prone to having charge life significantly shorter than they should be. This can not only cause frustration on a normal basis, but in some cases, you may actually need to replace your battery. With the Champion, you get an inverter with an auto startup function that allows it to kick on when starting up your vehicle that has a running battery. It has a very short startup time and will even start and run your second battery as well.
The reason this happens is because of the way that the inverter works. When you press the start button, the device starts off by getting the electrical power from the battery, and using that to run off of. The second battery is not being used at all, so this means that the second battery is like a reserve for when the actual battery is not functioning. Since this happens with so few units, the unit will not shut down if you have a dead battery.
Some units are also designed to shut down if you do not press the start button for any reason for a set amount of time. In this case, the unit will automatically shut down. In most cases, you will not need this feature. If you find that you run into this issue, just make sure that the unit you are purchasing allows you to turn it off. In most cases, it will say so when you purchase the unit.
The Champion also happens to have a “throttle” function. This is a really nice function for someone that may use the unit a lot. If you find that you are running out of power, all you have to do is put in a little bit more fuel into the unit, and it will throttle itself back down until you get the power you need. This is very helpful for those that might be using the unit a lot.
One great thing about the Champion is that it has an automatic shut-off. This means that if you are using the unit, and something goes wrong, you do not have to waste time in resetting everything manually. Simply put in a little more and it will shut down on its own. It is a very user-friendly unit to operate. There are not a lot of units that can do so much for the user, such as this one.
On the other hand, the second unit that is mentioned runs on propane. If you are using this unit in your RV, or even on your campsite, you will need to convert it into propane before you can use the power that it produces. If you are not sure how to do this, you should contact someone at the store that sells the unit and they can help you out.
These units will work in conjunction with a gas powered generator in order to provide you with power. You do not want to try and use the old type of generator because they do not provide the amount of energy that you will need. You will find that you spend more money in the long run by using gas than trying to go without it. If you use the gas power source then you will only be able to use 50% of what you would be able to use with the electricity.
There are many benefits to using a portable unit like this in your RV or any other situation that you might be in. However, you should take the time to consider the size of the unit that you are going to use before you purchase it. If you have a larger RV then you will have to look for a larger unit that will provide you with power for both your appliances and generator. If you have a smaller RV then you should stick with the portable options that you can find.