We provide customized inverters for Aqiang’s RV modification courtyard to meet their electric needs for RV modification. Aqiang’s RV Modification Courtyard is a gathering place for domestic RV enthusiasts, providing professional renovation services according to the individual needs of enthusiasts. Our inverter has become the first choice for Aqiang’s RV modification because of its superiority in power conversion. In the video, BP Series With Bypass Inverter 3000W is used in the modification of the RV. This inverter can start special loads such as refrigerators, air conditioners, TVs, computers, DVDs, VCDs, and printing presses. It greatly meets most of the power supply needs of RVs. After installing the new inverter, customers are very satisfied and electricity has become more convenient. This refitting of the RV inverter is very successful.

What does an inverter do on a RV?

An RV inverter takes direct current from your motorhome’s vehicle battery and converts it to alternating current. An inverter takes 12-volt DC power from your RV batteries and electronically changes it to 120-volt AC. Some RVers use an inverter just to watch TV or for their personal computer. Other RVers use an inverter to operate microwaves, coffee pots or other larger appliances.

What is the best power inverter for RV?

There are many kinds of RV inverters. You’ll want to consider how much you’ll be using and relying on your RV power inverter when you research buying one for your motorhome. Powerful function and affordable price will be an important reference for selection. CNBON’s BP Series With Bypass 3000W inverter, this high power inverter can provide you with 3000W continuous power and 6000W surge power. It can swith “inverter priority” or “grid priority” as you need. And it has four outlets and a USB port and works with personal electronics, TVs, microwaves, refrigerators, and more. It also has overheating, overload, short circuit, low-voltage, and over-voltage protection. In addition, it also supports remote switch, more convenient for your use.

Last modified: December 24, 2021



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