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Old 07-18-2021, 12:59 PM   #1
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Whatís the difference between the 4000 series and 4100 series? Any recommendation for one over the other
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Courtney, here is a link to the PD website page for these products. Reliable and fairly easy to install, however the instructions are lacking. I installed the 4135. Appears the main difference between the 4000 and 4100 models is the DC amp output. They all offer a lithium charging option.

https://www.progressivedyn.com/power-centers/
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Courtney, here is a link to the PD website page for these products. Reliable and fairly easy to install, however the instructions are lacking. I installed the 4135. Appears the main difference between the 4000 and 4100 models is the DC amp output. They all offer a lithium charging option.



https://www.progressivedyn.com/power-centers/


Iíve been on it, but the differences were hard to pinpoint.
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Old 07-18-2021, 07:37 PM   #4
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Whatís the difference between the 4000 series and 4100 series? Any recommendation for one over the other
The PD4100 seems to be intended to replace the WFCO 8735. The differences are outlined below:
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Also there seems to be a lithium only version of the PD4000.
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Put the PD4135 in my Trillium 1300. Check the specs above, the 4135 has more than enough capacity for most 13 foot trailer. Whatever you get, get a complete power center.

Only you will know your 12V DC load/needs. Myself, I needed about 15A DC.
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Just ordered the PD4135. Thanks for the input, folks!
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