How much voltage can it handle?
I have a 50-amp, 240-volt electrical outlet on the outside of my home that MIGHT give me a dandy way to supply enough juice to my trailer (2015 Columbus 320RS) to run my A/C units and everything else while parked in my home's driveway. But I'm unsure if the trailer will step down 240 volts at the converter/inverter or if I'll just fry everything in the trailer the instant the trailer gets a taste of that 240-volt power. I know the trailer's shore power cord and the connection to the trailer both say they'll handle up to 240 or 250 volts. But just because the shore power cord and the shore power connection say they can handle that much doesn't mean the inverter/converter can deal with it. Does anyone know if the inverter/converter in a travel trailer will allow the use of 240 volts? The outlet has been on the outside of our house since the previous owner (almost 28 years ago) and we never really paid much attention to it before. We tested it today and it is, indeed, live and producing 240 volts. The outlet itself is of a type that is outdated and would need to be replaced with a type that will accept a 21st century power cord's plug. Thanks for any help you can provide.
Dennis and Kathy
And Aggie the Gordon setter
2015 Columbus 320RS
2016 Ram 3500 diesel
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