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Neto 11-01-2017 06:19 PM

Power Center on sale
 
On Sale
WFCO 8700 Series 35 Amp RV Power Center Converter - $115.87

Casita Greg 11-01-2017 07:09 PM

A lot better ones out there for about the same money, but better quality.

EricAllyn 11-01-2017 07:43 PM

powermax on amazon for $104 PM3-55 55amp

Joe Romas 11-10-2017 05:28 AM

For anyone updating or replacing their converter a four stage charger is the way to go.
Progressive Dynamics makes a 4 stage upgrade with "Charge Wizzard" for longer battery life that replaces the converter section and DC board in your existing unit making it easier to install and connect.
All about DC Power Conveerters in RVs | www.trailerlife.com

Casita Greg 11-10-2017 07:44 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Joe Romas (Post 671721)
For anyone updating or replacing their converter a four stage charger is the way to go.
Progressive Dynamics makes a 4 stage upgrade with "Charge Wizzard" for longer battery life that replaces the converter section and DC board in your existing unit making it easier to install and connect.
All about DC Power Conveerters in RVs | www.trailerlife.com

That's the one I installed about 2 years ago. Can't imagine anyone wanting to go backwards in technology. And FWIW, WFCO's aren't very good units to begin with, compared to just about anything else out there. Probably be the last thing I'd want.

LyleB 11-10-2017 08:00 AM

While I'm sure it was no one's intent, this thread kinda jumps on the OP. Take a look, he/she is a pretty new participant who, I'm also sure, felt they were helping folks out by providing a link to what appeared to them to be a good deal. Obviously, others didn't feel this was a good deal.

Perhaps, a little more acknowledgement of the good intentions, and a thanks for the suggestion, but then go on to explain why it might not be a good choice. It just seemed to me the responses were harsh and off-putting to a members future participation. Just the way it struck me.

I'm often accused of being blunt, less than tactful, and opinionated. I'm working on it, so I'm trying to look critically at how I respond. Hopefully I expressed this point in a way that is considered constructive criticism and not slamming - that's how it was intended.


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