Champion 3400 watt Dual Fuel RV Ready Portable Inverter
If you are looking to go on an RV trip, there is no doubt that you will need to purchase a camp stove, refrigerator, and maybe even an entertainment center or microwave. These things may not be too necessary for the majority of campers however. If you plan on going RVing and camping in more than one location, then you may need a portable inverter. It will give you extra power to run things such as your laptop, or even your outdoor television. It can even be used to power other things around your RV such as your hair dryer, the grill, and your wall heater.
When it comes to a camp stove, it is important to have a backup power source. Many people do not think of this, and it can lead to a lot of problems. They would rather have a nice big fireplace than rely on electricity to keep their fire burning all night. While having a small fireplace at the campground may be a good idea, you really only need something small to cook with. This means you need a smaller unit.
A refrigerator is also fairly common, but you want to have a larger unit. Many people do not realize that when they have power outages, they often have to rely on the refrigerator to keep their food from spoiling. However, if you are going to be relying on this type of unit, you might as well go with the Champion 3400 watt portable unit. It will ensure that you have power when you need it most.
If you are going to be relying on an entertainment center to keep the TV and DVD player going, you will want to purchase a unit that is powered by natural gas or propane. Even with a power outage, these two items will still work. These items can even work on batteries in the event of a power outage. But, they are going to use more power, so it would be cheaper to just get the natural gas unit.
The final item you should consider adding to your RV is a dual fuel system. If you use propane gas, you will have to buy an electrical unit to use with the gas system. You can run your appliances with the electrical, but you will need to have an external unit for things like heat. However, the gas system can use the electrical to stay on.
This means that the power has to come off somewhere. You can add a generator to your RV, but most RV’s don’t come with one. So you will have to purchase an external portable generator that will plug into the RV’s electrical system. However, you can use this generator to power most of what you are going to need to do.
Just having this portable generator is going to save you a lot of money. Not only will it help to keep your fuel costs down, it will also allow you to have power during a storm if you use your natural gas to run the generator while your RV sits in the campsite. The Champion 3400 watt dual fuel unit can help you get through those storms and it will also allow you to have power during the day.
Also, make sure you look into an inverter for your portable unit. This is going to help you reduce the amount of power that the units use. Look for an inverter that works with the same wattage as your portable generator to really maximize the amount of energy you get off each unit. This is an important feature to look into if you are interested in going camping or hiking frequently.