Originally Posted by DoctorT68
Working through some painful stuff with picking up my new RV.
On our first trip, we noticed that when we are using the AC and the Microwave a circuit breaker trips. I asked the dealer about this and was told that it was normal and that I couldn't use both of them together.
Is this true? It just doesn't make sense to me.
2016 Sunseeker 3050SF
What is the supply voltage?
The lower the supply voltage the harder the appliance(s) have to work which means higher than normal amp draw.
I was at a campground that had 115 volts no load. My A/C pulls 13.5 amps max when at 120 volts. This particular campground my A/C amps went to 17 (because once I added my A/C load the volts dropped to 112).
Thankfully my Progressive Industries EMS was in-line. At one point the CG voltage dropped to 105, the EMS "opened" helping to protect my appliances.
I could not run my A/C, microwave and WH elect. at the same time like I usually do.