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RV Electricity Made Easy: Group RV Class

Updated: Apr 4

Finally Understand How Your Electrical System Works


Join our comprehensive RV electricity class to understand how many watts each appliance uses, the differences between 30, 50, and 15/20-amp service, and which appliances require battery power to operate. We’ll discuss the types of batteries used in RVs, methods for recharging them and the safety issues when overloading your RV circuit breaker. After this class, you'll be able to confidently determine which appliances can safely be used at the same time without damaging your RV's electrical system.


This article is an additional resource for our RV Electricity Made Easy class, which we offer to RV parks and campgrounds. This article is designed to complement the class handouts, and it features direct links to the videos and products mentioned during the session. If you have any questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to contact us at help@MobileRVTechServices.com or by calling (989) 820-7373. We are always happy to answer your RV questions.


 

Download the most recent copy of the class handout for your reference.

RV Electricity Made Easy Class Handout
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Below are videos we have made that pertain to RV electricity that you may find useful.




No More Power Problems: The 3 Adapters Every 50 Amp RV Needs

If you have a 50 amp RV, there are 3 power adapters you need to make sure you can always plug into whatever power source is available.



How to Plug Your RV into Your House 110 Outlet | 15M/30F

Learn how to plug your RV into your house 110 outlet to get it ready to go.



RV surge protector: The one accessory you can't afford to skip

Don’t fry your RV’s Electronics! This video gives you things to look for when purchasing a surge protector, shows the difference between different models and explains how surge protectors work.



Avoid Costly RV Electrical Damage: Full Review of Watchdog Surge Protector

In this video, we show you the difference between portable and hardwired surge protectors, why you want the Hughes Autoformers EPO surge protector over other models on the market and how EPO Watchdog surge protectors work.




Truck Won't Charge RV Batteries | DC-DC Charger Fixed It

If your truck will not charge your RV batteries, especially after having lithium batteries installed, look into getting a DC to DC charger to fix your issue.



No Hookups? No Problem! Boondock with Victron Multiplus Inverter

The Victron Multiplus Inverter allows my RV to have power while I'm boondocking. In this video, I show you how the Victron Multiplus inverter works, why it's great for RVs and walk you through using the phone app.



Cummins Onan 5500 Gas Generator: How It Works and What It Can Power

In this video, we go over how the Cummins Onan 5500 gas generator works, what it can power, fuel consumption, filters, checking the oil and how loud it is.



Upgrade Your RV Power System: Hassle-Free with Battle Born Battery

In this video, I cover how Battle Born Battery saves RVers time, hassle and money while comparing these lithium batteries to standard lead acid batteries.



About Us

Mobile RV Tech Services specializes in onsite RV repair, maintenance, and inspections. We service your RV at your home, campground, or storage unit in Alcona, Arenac, Iosco and Ogemaw counties in Michigan from April 15 - December 15, and Houston, Texas, from January 1 - April 1.



You can learn more about the services we offer and find additional RV resources on our website at https://www.mobilervtechservices.com.


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