In a previous post we considered how to verify we are using a safe source of shore power and where we should apply the KISS principle to that process, but there’s another big consideration – what’s the best source of power at any given time and how can we ensure that we are using it?
When building a skoolie, you can get appliances which are powered by a number of means and sources but not all are created equal. Certain power sources can significantly impact the price, usefulness, and longevity of your project.
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Click-bait title aside, domestic wiring in an RV is a bit different from household wiring. When a house is being built, it’ll get permanently hooked up to the grid by professionals with multiple inspections where as an RV will get plugged in all over the place – and who knows how well wired those sources are? For this reason, there are some precautions you should take to keep yourself safe.
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