Originally Posted by Firstpoet
Now that the converter is 45 Amps, would it make sense for me to plug into the 50 Amp power (when available) with an adapter cable and would that provied more Amps?
Nope, the converter can produce up to 45 amps of 12VDC current. The park power pedestal amperage is based on 120VAC (or, in the case of 50 amp service, 120/240VAC). Two entirely different animals.
For example, IF the converter were 100% efficient (which it isn't), it would take only 4.5 amps of 120VAC to provide 45 amps of 12VDC. Therefore, the larger converter draws a maximum of 1.5 amps more from the AC side than did your 30 amp converter which would have drawn (again, based on 100% efficiency) 3.0 amps from the 120VAC supply.
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