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Old 03-14-2016, 09:00 AM   #11
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Originally Posted by fonzie View Post

Also you should check on the DC side of things to make sure wires going from converter/distribution panel to battery can carry the extra amps without overheating. Link above is for marine application but would be good info for RV's application.....
The wire is big enough for them amps that the convertor will put out, you will never see a full 80 amps delv. to the battery, could be wrong but don't think so.

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