Originally Posted by 08flagvlite
You will eventually burn up the converter with no battery load. A charged battery should not freeze, I don't think. Randy
This is true; A fully charged battery will not freeze in typical freezing conditions. Not sure about the North Slope of Alaska.
The trickle charge from the 3 stage converter will also keep the electrolyte warm and assist in keeping the battery safe.
You should still check the fluid level every month.
Is the manual. It says nothing about running it without the battery.
However without the battery in the loop, very low AC VOLTAGE as a result of high demand and long extension cord could result in Low DC voltage output. This condition (low AC input voltage) will fry more than the converter. Check your AC voltage at the outlets. Anything below 100 volts is a SERIOUS low voltage condition and can result in failed electronics throughout the camper. (Fridge, Microwave, Air Conditioner, Water heater, Concertone, etc.) I see an Autotransformer in your future if that is the case.
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