I currently have our Select Comfort air bed plugged into one side of a duplex outlet located in the radiator area. This was the closest outlet I could find when we installed the bed on a trip away from home.
The other outlet is for the engine block heater to be plugged into but since we don't need that in SoCal...yet, I chose this outlet.
What has become clear is that this outlet ONLY works off shore or generator power and NOT the inverter...so here are the questions.
1. is this correct or should it be on an inverter circuit
2. without researching it, can the dual pump of this unit draw more than the 1000W Heart Interface mod-sine inverter can handle
3. would wiring this to an inverter powered 110V circuit overheat the pump (sim. to heating blankets)
It would be nice to adjust it on the fly or boondocking without having to use the genset or shore power (if there is any). How are coaches that come with these wired?
Any help would be appreciated.
For MonacoMomma, could you ask Sacs to see how your coach was orig. wired for this thing...when he gets a break from his honey-do list?