Power supply for RV operation

Discussion in 'On the Road' started by K7GDR, Jun 30, 2021.

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  1. KI4ZUQ

    KI4ZUQ Ham Member QRZ Page

    I have been using a 55 amp RV converter as a DC power supply for several years now if that was part of your original question. It is very quiet and more than capable. It would be better to "float" a battery or two across its output for filtering but really is unnecessary it is so "quiet."

    Also have been using a 30 converter from Amazon ($20.00 USD) that is just as quiet.
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  2. K6EEN

    K6EEN Ham Member QRZ Page

    Depends. If you're camping with access to power, i.e. campground 110V service, then no. You can just run a regular ham power supply off the 110V outlets in the camper. Or if your camper has a 110V gas generator, you can run the generator and use the 110V service. If you want to "boondock" and run the camper off of batteries/solar, then a 12V line from the camper's battery to the operating position can help. Use large gauge wire for long 12V runs --- lots of voltage drop for long runs at 12 volts.
  3. K0UO

    K0UO Platinum Subscriber Platinum Subscriber QRZ Page

    Some of those are actually pretty good you find a quiet brand they make great power supplies
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