Actually I believe that I only have 210 ah of battery power
I am running a Schumacher 2000w 4000w peak inverter
I was concearned that not sending a charge to the converter was bad for it? but outweighs the problem with the power circiling
The power converter converts AC power to all the DC required to run your camper AND charge your batteries. If your batteries are not connected, they just won't be charged and all 55 amps or so available from your converter will go to any house usage.
I do need a fuse between the power for the inverter do you have a reccommendation on size manufac?
You darn well better! A 2000 watt inverter should have a 200 or 250 amp inline fuse in the red wire to the battery.
If I wired some outlets directly from the inverter dont I need power to start the gas water heater or refridge(running on gas)?...co detector
Seems like a good way to eliminate phantom power
The newer gas water heaters only use 12VDC to run the computer board and the ignition spark (maybe an amp or 2). The fridge on gas uses about 2.2 amps if I recall correctly. The Propane detector draws about 200 ma (0.2 amps).
Not sure what "Phantom Power" is unless you are talking about his two Colt 45s.