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JTB Power Supply – Just a few years ago if your RV power supply hook up had 30 amps you were all set.Today 30 amp power is woefully inadequate. Most larger RV’s require 50 amp power to run both air conditioners, and with so many more power hungry appliances on board, many like it much […]

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Just a few years ago if your RV power supply hook up had 30 amps you were all set.Today 30 amp power is woefully inadequate. Most larger RV’s require 50 amp power to run both air conditioners, and with so many more power hungry appliances on board, many like it much better if there is 100 amps available.

Microwave/convection ovens, washer/dryers, toasters, electric skillets, hair dryers, all crave more and more power. Add to that entertainment centers that have higher power requirements, computer systems, and other power hungry items and soon you have a problem.

Generator sets are also getting larger in order to handle the extra requirements. 8000 to 10000 watt units are common these days. For the most part the generators of the newest coaches and trailers can handle the power demands better than the campgrounds the units are parked at.

Many of the newer resort type RV facilities are offering 100 amp electric.A high percentage of older campgrounds still have 30 amp sites. This includes most of the Corp of Engineer camp facilities as well as many national and state parks. If you have stayed at some of these you know that there are many incredibly beautiful sites, often in scenic settings that would be perfect if they just had 50 amp power.

We rarely recommend any specific brand names or endorse products, however recently we added a product that has made an incredible difference in where we can comfortably stay, and still have the power to handle the loads needed, even on 30 amp boxes.

JTB Power Solutions has come up with an add on power box that will allow you to run one AC unit on the existing 30 amp power, and at the same time utilize the accompanying GFCI 20 amp circuit that is already on the campground post to run the other AC unit.

To learn the entire story and all it’s details, visit: http://www.jtbmfg.com/ Please understand that we receive no compensation in any way whatsoever in regards to this product. We are simply telling you about it because it’s right thing to do. This system simply works and you deserve to know about it. After installing the unit in our motorhome we can now stay at all of the very nice (and cheap) campgrounds that we often have passed up before.

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