Originally Posted by gasman6674
Depends on whether your grill is high pressure (throw away tanks) or low pressure (20# or similar tank).
If its high pressure it needs to be connected between the tank and the RV regulator using the "regulator" that came with it as it also acts as the temperature control. If its low pressure as in a standard patio grill yes as long as you use the proper fitting etc to get to your quick disconnect.
Hope this helps
PS There are low pressure table top units available, I found out at Home depot and Lowes sells one also. they usually have control knobs on the grill itself not on the hose.
I'm not sure I agree that throw away tanks (1 lb.) are high pressure and 20 lb. grill cylinders are low pressure. I realize pressure is relative to temperature but at 70º I'm pretty sure the pressure is the same. (around 145 PSI) They are both liquefied propane vessels.
If they were as you suggested, folks wouldn't (or couldn't) fill a 1 Lb. disposable from a 20 pounder with a fill adapter.
Add.. there are many folks (including me) who simply use a hose that has a 20 Lb. male fitting on one end and a "disposable bottle" male fitting on the other so they can use a 20 lb. tank rather than a throw away on a propane powered device. I don't think that would be possible if the tanks were different pressures.