Because coast power is available in at 120V, we decided to separate up our USB and standard outlets to save lots of power. Installing all-in-one USB + 120V standard outlets in a travel trailer calls for the power to be transformed after which inverted straight straight back, wasting power that is precious we actually cant manage in a camper.
*Unless, you make a bonehead move like we (we) did and purchase a number of completely awesome, but completely 120V accent lights
Check always before operating your cables: Should your light has 3 cables (a hot, a neutral and a ground) it really is a light that is 120v needs to have black colored, white and green cables set you back it. If this has just one (a hot, thats grounded through the mounting equipment), or 2 (a hot and a neutral), then it is 12V and may have red and black colored wires set you back it.
A dysfunction of the many components
Converter vs. Converter/Charger vs. Inverter
Converters and inverters perform mirror functions of every other and both are essential for just what we decided to do into the Cameo.
Converters convert 120V AC capacity to 12V DC power. You’ll need a converter to obtain city/shore energy (through the campsite, your home, a generator) into the battery pack bank. (Our converter/charger could be the big yellowish field in top of the remaining.)