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How volts is going to the heater ac or dc? thanks

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110 volts works but 12 volt does nothing, checked voltage 13.6 v. Any suggestions. Thanks.


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Your calculations is correct - 220 X 0.7 = 154 watts.
If your fridge only runs on 220 volts then you need solar panels that charge 12 volt lead acid batteries and then use a inverter to convert 12 volts DC to 220 volts AC.

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Just bought a used 1987 Real-Lite truck camper. The roof air unit is Dometic as well as the LP/AC refrigerator. When turned to "cool" the air conditioner really draws down, dims the lights, and eventually...


To start with, if it's plugged in to a 15 amp breaker, and extension cord, the compressor starting up may just be enough to trip the breaker. It will draw close to 15 amps on start-up of compressor, and if there is a light extension cord used to plug it in, that only makes it worse. Make sure you shut all other breakers off in panel except AC, and try it. If you have water heater on hydro, fridge on hydro, and then try to start AC compressor, you'll be way over the 15 amps, especially if it's a light extension cord.
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Diffrence bwetween ac in volts and dc


DC is direct current and AC is alternating current.

eg; 12 volts DC stays 12 volts constantly, positive or negative.

12 volts AC (at 60 Hertz or cycles per second) alternates from positive to negative then back to positive voltage again 60 times per second.

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