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Old 09-18-2011, 03:48 PM   #1
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Question Power Solutions???

I have a neighbor who also has a Bounder but he has a Power Solutions Dual Power Adapter on it where he can use both a/c units at the same time. Please forgive me but I'm not too good with computers. Did they go out of business? I keep trying their website (http://www.psrv.net/) and it appears not to be there. Can anyone update me please. I would really like it to be able to use both a/c's at once. Thanks for your time, Randy

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Old 09-18-2011, 04:00 PM   #2
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Not sure if they are out of business but their website is down. Here is a 2009 discussion about the product. any one use Power Solutions Dual Power Adapter?

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Old 09-18-2011, 04:04 PM   #3
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Thank you very much!
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I too find the PSRV site down, and I"m not finding any way around it.

However the device is fairly simple. if you wanted to "home brew" and have the skills it would not take me long to describe it to you. Let me know.. This thread should do

Basiclly it has 3 important components and a box to house most of 'em.

Circuit breaker

The most important thing is... The instruciton book.
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Old 09-19-2011, 10:20 AM   #5
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Thanks for the info. If you do have the instructions, that would be appreciated. I have a 1966 GT Mustang and I took everything out and completely rewired it without a manual but I did trace and replace all the wiring. Thanks again, Randy
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Ok, as I sid, baskcally it is a plug, socket and circuit breaker in a box.

Is your rig 30 or 50 amp (makes a difference) and if 50 do you have an EMS? This is the "Generic" version

You have to find the wire that runs up to the (usually) rear Air Conditioner. If it's a 30 amp rig this wire runs to the Generator and can be found in the Generator J-Box. if it is a 50 it will either run to the EMS panel or the main fuse box.

Disconnect from where it is connected now and set aside for a bit.

Take a 12ga extension cord, and cut it so you have one part with a plug, and one part with a socket.. Where you cut it depends on where you are going to install your "Adapter" Connect the wires securely toghther. I note that the connection I made with Wire nuts FAILED.. I re-did with solder.

On the plug end of the cord you will need a single breaker box.. Run the plug end of the cord as follows.

White wire to the white wire to the A/C.. again, see above note about secure connection, Green/Bare.. To Green or Bare.

Black wires go to the two 20 amp breaker poles.

And tht's all there is to it.

To use, as designed.. Normal (50 amp service or generator) plug 2 halves into each other.

To use in "Adapter" mode, unplug and use a 12ga cord to the park's 20 amp outlet

Benefit: If you even need 120vac Geneerator power on the service side.. Unplug and tap the A/C line. (Example. Air Compressor for low tire)

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