Originally Posted by E-man
Sorry if this is a silly question, but I was looking to get a DC to AC Power Inverter to run a laptop and an air mattress when we can't turn on the generator then it dawned on me why didn't FR just wire one plug to the house batteries for us with a converter or do we already have one and I'm uninformed?
In the newer models FR installs a 1,000 watt inverter for the residential refrigerator and that's it.
I have recently beeen looking to add a 800 watt Stanley PC809 inverter for whne I have to power my refrigerator off of electric 120 volt when I'm on a long ferry ride 17 hours. Propane must be turned off and all I have left is my house batteries.
Anyway this invertor already has two outletys in it for you to plug in stuff. I think it also has a USB charger plug.
This is what it looks like on Amazon
Stanley PC809 800 Watt Inverter : Amazon.com : Automotive
800 watts is a good number if you want to run a few things.
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