Lights and control circuits for the Fridge (on propane) and Heater (on propane) are powered by the coach batteries provided the coach batteries are charged up. Anything that has been connected to an inverter (changes 12 volts DC to 110 volt AC) for 110 volt will run off the batteries as well through the inverter. Other than that all 110 volt appliances have to be powered by your 30 or 50 amp power cord. Also when your TT is plugged in to the house (or power post at a camp ground) the TT's Converter converts 110 volt AC to 12 volt DC and charges the coach batteries. Most trailers do not come with an inverter but all are equipped with a converter.
Dale & Terri, Lulu & Tiki (our Chihuahua's), New rescue puppy Prince - Pom/Pug mix.
2013 Tundra, Double Cab, 5.7, TRD Off-Road, 4X4, Full Tow Package
2013 Wildwood T26TBSS - Sold
2000 Gulf Stream Sun Voyager M-8357 MH, Ford Trident V10 Gasser, 35 foot.