How RV Solar Works Solar power lets you take your RV off-grid and still use your refrigerator, lights and other appliances. The best part? It’s cost-effective, environmentally friendly, and requires little maintenance – but how does it work? In this guide we will explain how RV solar works, and the components to a complete solar

Solar Sizing for Your RV Go Power! has a number of ways to help you find the right system for your RV, boat or work truck. Our online Calculator, Simple Sizing Chart or Solar Sizing Worksheet will provide you with Go Power! mobile power equipment recommendations based on your specific power usage.   At Go

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

Confused by products rated in watts, volts, amps and how they relate to solar power?  This short video uses a gas tank analogy to explain how these units of measuring electricity are used in the mobile solar power industry. Press the ‘play’ button to get started! Note: Go Power solar kits are designed to charge

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

Go Power! Industrial Pure Sine Wave Inverters Model Output (watts) Surge (watts) Dimensions (inches) Weight (lbs) Outlets DC Connect / Fuse Kit (12 V) Remote Options UL Cert. GP-ISW700 700 1230 13.0 x 7.9 x 3.3 5.7 2 GFCI GP-DC-KIT2 GP-ISW-R / GP-SWR-A Yes GP-ISW1000 1000 1750 14.7 x 7.9 x 3.3 7.2 2 GFCI

Customize Your Power Solution When deciding on pure, modified, true or quasi sine wave inverters, it is important to select a dependable system that is appropriate for any power tools, office equipment or other appliances you may run. Our inverter calculator will provide you with a product recommendation based on your AC power usage for

Installing a Go Power! Inverter Go Power! offers three easy ways to install your new power inverter. Make sure you read through your user manual before tackling your inverter installation. Option 1: Plug & Power Plug & Power is the easiest way to install Go Power! Inverters. Your inverter should be located close to the

Installing your Go Power! Solar Charging Kit   It’s easy — everything you need to install your system is included in the Go Power! Solar Kit. If you’re a do-it-yourself type, all you need are basic tools. Alternatively, a certified Go Power! dealer will complete your installation quickly and professionally. Below are the four easy

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