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Old 08-07-2019, 09:17 AM   #1
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Energy Command 30 - Onan

My Ď15 Aspire has the Onan Energy Command 30 as well as the Magnum Energy system. I will be storing the coach for 2 weeks plugged into a 15A 110V outlet. I know how to set up the Magnum, but I canít find my manual for the Onan.

I would like to leave AGS on in case of power failure, but also change the charging current to allow for the lower supply amperage. Anyone have the info on setting up the Energy Command for the 15A supply?
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My Ď15 Aspire has the Onan Energy Command 30 as well as the Magnum Energy system. I will be storing the coach for 2 weeks plugged into a 15A 110V outlet. I know how to set up the Magnum, but I canít find my manual for the Onan.

I would like to leave AGS on in case of power failure, but also change the charging current to allow for the lower supply amperage. Anyone have the info on setting up the Energy Command for the 15A supply?
There is no setting in the EC-30 to limit amperage for charging. Dial back shore power on the Magnum remote panel to 5-10 amps and you should be good to go.
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