came with a converter. The only time we use it is when we are in our door yard. On recent trips we haven't take the power cord. The fridge
and stove run on gas. We have LED lights
, a water pump, a fantastic fan, and a small 12v. window fan. On hot nights the window fan runs all night. The lights
are on for a few hours in the evening. The fantastic fan and the water pump see intermittent use. We have gone four nights on just the battery
. If we plan to stay in one place longer than that, we bring the solar panel
. On road trips the tow vehicle recharges the battery during the day.
we have is a standard 3 way RV fridge
. (Dometic 2193). The Trillium
comes standard with a compressor type 12 Vdc Danfoss fridge. We paid extra for the three way. A 12 v fridge, (either a compressor type or 3 way on 12 v) really requires big batteries, solar
panels and /or a generator
. More than we wanted. Parked for a week, we use gas. On the road, we use gas at night and move the milk, eggs etc. into an ice chest (Coleman xtreme) during the day. The fridge becomes a salad crisper.
The AGM battery I bought is a Lifeline GPL-24T
Lifeline Batteries - Marine & RV Deep Cycle AGM Batteries
. Lots of good info at their site. Raz