Another Electrical Question
I plan to get 2 or 3 AGM batteries so I have the option of boondocking for a few days at a time. I don't intend to boondock for extended periods of time. Maybe 5 days or so at a time separated by weeks in several different developed campgrounds with electrical service. I just want the option to do it if I want to. I also don't want to buy a generator and have to deal with a gas can therefore the reason to charge the batteries in electric supplied campgrounds. If I fall in love with boondocking, then I'll get into it with generator and/or solar etc...but for now, I don't think so.
A quick check on the power I will need from the battery set will be water pump, a few lights, landing gear, stabilizing jacks, cell phone charger, jet pack charger and laptop charger.
There is a tag on the cord for my laptop charger that says, "125 V, 7 amp". If watts = V * A, does this mean I need a 875 watts inverter just to charge my laptop? I would just as soon not have to get an inverter unless I have too. The rest of the stuff seems to be able to run directly from DC current.
Thanks in advance.
2014 Ford F250 Lariat
2014 Rockwood Signature Ultra Lite 8280 WS
Louisiana before, fulltiming since April 11, 2014