Thanks for the reply. I do have a typical 30 Amp marine connector on the side of the trailer which I wired directly to the Converter. Also a 30 foot cord with appropriate terminations on each end to plug into the trailer and a 30 amp pole power supply. TheTrailer came with a couple adapters one of which is from the 30 to just a typical 110 which I have been using to keep things charged etc in the drive way.
I run the lights
and the small a/c unit like this and it seems to have no problem. I am hoping the generator
will be able to take the place of the household current No microwave
or other high draw equipment on board. Lights
are 12 volt running through the convector board so my lcurrent demand should be minimal.
Thanks for all the info it is what I wanted to hear.Thank you