Just seeking a little clarity on compatibility between the female 'Zamp solar connector" (built into the sidewall of my 2015 Rockwood) and the Renogy 100W portable suitcase.
I just received the 100W Renogy system from Amazon tonight so can't really test it. But it has SAE connectors between the charge controller and the alligator clamps.
The Zamp Solar Connector (female SAE) appears to be directly compatible with the (male SAE) connector between the Renogy charge controller and the alligator clamps.
However, I've read the Zamp Solar connector (SAE connector) built into the sidewall is reverse polarity. Is there a good way to test? Would it be harmful, either to the battery or charge controller, to plug my portable solar system into the 'Zamp Solar connector if the polarity is reversed? what is the worst that would happen? Inability to charge the battery (in other words, nothing?) Blown fuse?
It seems if the polarity is 'non standard/reversed' on the Zamp, I could easily just swap the polarity of the wires at the charge controller and consider it problem solved. I'd just like to know if the there's a good way to test it first if possible.
2004 Toyota 4Runner Sport 4.7L V8 rated at 7000lbs towing.
2015 Rockwood Premier 2514G
2012 Aurora Wenonah 16' Canoe
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