Originally Posted by wanderer69
....When connected to shore power or generator the inverter needs to be ......
X2 on Wanderlust about truck charging and if it is on the panel will be lit. It will also tell you via the panel if it is operating from Batt or 120V. It will also tell you if low battery level.
The unit does not have to be turned off ever if you don't want to. Obviously may effect life of unit but when on shore power or generator the 120V is just bypassed thru the inverter and it is in standby monitoring the shore power. If it goes away it will switch in within milliseconds and keep power to fridge. It
Mine is on right now and I am on shore power. We have been experiencing bad weather and if during the night if we loose power I want the inverter to switch in and keep the fridge cold. It does this automatically.