Oregon Family Relies on Go Power! To Keep Them Going Off The Grid   Jim and Melinda love taking their camping adventures to the next level, and the more remote the location, the better. Growing up in Oregon, camping was a family tradition for Jim, and in the early years he, Melinda, their two small

  Answers To All Your Questions About Solar Charging Systems and Inverters    How does solar work with my RV? Solar power allows you to take your RV off the grid while still using your refrigerator, lights and other appliances for extended periods. Solar panels convert the sun’s energy into direct current (DC) electricity, and

Common RV Battery Configurations Depending on your RV battery configuration and your power requirements, you may need to configure your battery array in either a series or a parallel configuration. Parallel circuits provide multiple paths for electrical currents, so a break in the current for one device doesn’t shut all devices down. This is the

What is an inverter? An inverter takes 12-volt DC power from your RV batteries or solar system and converts it to 120-volt AC to power your standard appliances. The inverter also acts as a battery charger if you’re plugged into an electrical source or using a generator.   Modified Sine Wave versus Pure Sine Wave

Repair and Return Information Our Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) support section is available to help you troubleshoot your problem. If you require further assistance: 1.   Call your Go Power! Technical Support team (1-866-247-6527) 2.   Return defective product to place of purchase   Additional Information: Unless approved by Go Power! Management, all products shipped collect to Go Power!

Go Power! Standard Warranty Disclaimer of Liability and Warranty The Go Power! warranty is valid against defects in materials and workmanship for the specific product warranty period. It is not valid against defects resulting from, but not limited to: Misuse and/or abuse, neglect or accident Exceeding the unit’s design limits Improper installation, including, but not limited to,

Troubleshooting your TS-30 or TS-50 Transfer Switch   Is your transfer switch acting up? Here are some tips to help you troubleshoot your Go Power! TS-30 or TS-50. Low Voltage Low voltage is harmful to most appliances. Contactor-based transfer switches are also affected by low voltage; if the voltage level drops far enough the contactor

US Residents Could Receive 30% Tax Rebate on Solar Power Solutions For RV If you’re a full-time RV owner looking to add solar power to your rig, the US government is making you an offer you might not be able to refuse. It doesn’t matter if you’re a boondocker, stealth camper or a digital nomad. If you

The trick to understanding a solar set-up is to first identify the kind of RVing you like to do and second, understand how much power is required to maintain that lifestyle.  For example, do you enjoy watching TV or running a microwave, and if so, how many batteries do you need to re-charge while you

Push The Boundaries of RVing With Solar Power   Get Off The Grid with Go-Power!   Today’s RVers are exploring more isolated areas and spending more time off the grid, and are looking to technologies such as solar power to give them more flexibility and keep costs down. While solar power provides particular advantages for