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PostPosted: Sun Jul 11, 2010 1:05 am 
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Steve, will do sir. Still continuing my education on this, but so far, the one from Camping World is the closest. They make the same model as a portable and permanent installation. I still don't think I'm done yet seperating fact from fiction though.....


We permanently installed a Super Automatic 30 Amp Voltage Booster from http://voltagebooster.com/

See previous discussion:

http://www.bornfreervclub.org/bulletin_ ... ight=#2343

Has worked great for us, and seems to cover many of the issues which have been raised, and then some.

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PostPosted: Sun Jul 11, 2010 10:28 pm 
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BornFree_n_Now, thanks for this post and the reference to the product you chose!

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bbwolf wrote:
BornFree_n_Now, thanks for this post and the reference to the product you chose!


Your welcome and the best of success with whichever option you avail yourself of ~~ We are just finishing a 2500 mile 1 month plus trip and have been especially glad we had the booster in two different camping settings ~~ Happy Trails :>) One other idea which you may consider is to purchase a 50A to 30A converter pigtail ~~ always nice to be able to hook up to the higher rated service when there is no additional charge, and/or, it is the only service available at the spot you find yourself at. In the same vein, having a 15A/20A to 30A pigtail in your arsenal will help at the in-laws, and as an emergency hookup wherever :>)

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BornFree_n_Now, great advice. I have the 15/20 amp to 30 amp convertor, but I had not thought about the 50 amp to 30 amp. I'll definitely get that in my tool kit now.

Thanks again.

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