Configuring the Inverter Charger Using the IC Series Remote Have you successfully installed your IC Series inverter charger, but you’re not sure what to do next? In this video, Go Power!’s Sean O’Conner walks you through how to configure your inverter charger using the ICR-50 remote. Watch the video here:

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.   Modified Sine Wave versus Pure Sine Wave Inverters Modified sine wave inverters are older technology and generally less expensive. They can be used for many standard

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 Tax Rebates on Solar Power Solutions For RV Disclaimer: the solar tax credit information listed is valid only for US residents, and is generally valid for RV’s that have been deemed as a second home for tax purposes, you should consult your account or tax advisor to confirm you qualify. Learn

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

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

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

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

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 specific