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Old 01-10-2022, 05:41 PM   #1
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Single out vs Dual out on inverter?

So I ordered a new inverter a few days ago. My current inverter is a single in, single out unit. I just realized I ordered a single in, dual out...... Will it work, or do I have to send it back and get a single out? The part numbers are nearly identical, and I just wasn't paying attention......
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Should be fine, just use one out.
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Should be fine, just use one out.
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seems mine is 25amp out. The one I ordered is 15amp out on one side, and 20 out on the other...... Guess I need to get the right one.
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seems mine is 25amp out. The one I ordered is 15amp out on one side, and 20 out on the other...... Guess I need to get the right one.
I do not know of ANY regular receptacle rated at 25A, industry max is 20 amp,,

Some inverters may put out 25 or 30A and are hardwired or of the have 2 rects each will share like 15A each.. depends how they are wired but receptacles are normally 15 or 20a max.. there are a rare 30A 110V twist lock for industry but...
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Yeah, I misread the info I was looking at. I hate electrical stuff. I’m gonna order the right one, since that’s the way the coach is wired.
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I just upgraded my inverter, to a magnum ms 2812. It is dual in and dual out. In the install instructions it gives the option to hook up as single in and single out. Depending on what you ordered it may be just fine.
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Just make sure 20 amps is enough for your application and that it has the features you expect, like maybe an automatic bypass so that you aren't using your batteries while plugged into shore power.
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I ordered the right one. Sent the wrong one back when it got delivered today. All should be well in a couple of days.
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