Paul put the trickle charger inside the trailer by the breaker box to keep the batteries, permanently on the tongue, constantly charged. He sits in Peanut often to read by himself, so uses the 12V lights
in there and the microwave
(110). Might as well keep the batteries going.
In case you're having trouble with the "inverter/converter" thing:
onverter: battery C
harger, that is, 110/120 to 12V
(A trickle-charger is a type of converter, plug it into a normal
110/120 outlet and it will make 12V power in your battery)
(this will run, say, an LED TV with a "regular" 110 plug by 12V battery power)
These are my mnemonic devices; hope I've got them right! (Pretty sure.)
PS: Peanut = our 73 amerigo
: One shell with two nuts in it.