Originally Posted by vizsla owner
They are able to provide a 30amp/120volt with RV connector for service.
I want to be able to run the A/C on the TT
I want to be able to run the fridge on the TT.
The heat press has ratings of: 120 volts, 1750 watts, 14.5 amps
I don't know the A/C amps but guessing it is a 13.5k unit so I figure to be under the total 30amp draw.
Howdy. Different A/C brands/models can require different amps. One model might use 11 amps and another may use 15. They also require more amps starting up, but this is for a very short time.
Just taking an average of 12 amps for the AC, say 6 amps for the refrigerator, and 14.5 amps for your heat press, you can see you are over your 30 amp total.
Does the 30 amp outlet you are plugging into have it's own dedicated circuit breaker at the outlet?
I don't see how "splitting" the service accomplishes anything. You still only have 30 amps total available. If the 30 amp outlet doesn't have a 120 volt 15/20 amp receptacle in addition to the 30 amp RV receptacle.......you can always use an adapter that plugs into the 30 amp RV outlet, and then has a standard household 120 volt end to plug your heat press into.
Of course, when doing this, you won't be able to have your trailer plugged in to run the A/C and fridge. But you might could do this in short bursts and make it fine.