How To Replace a Pre-Installed Inverter Charger With the IC Series Inverter Charger So you think removing your old inverter charger and installing the IC Series inverter charger is difficult? Think again! Sean steps you through the upgrade process here. Watch the video:

How to Set the Battery Type on and Inverter Charger In this final video on configuring your inverter charger using the ICR-50 remote, Sean takes you through how to set your battery type.

Setting the Search Watts Using the IC Series Remote Looking for more details on configuring your inverter charger? In this video, Sean continues with his explanation of how to configure your IC inverter charger. Here he shows you how to set the Search Watts using the ICR-50 remote.

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:

Setting Up Power-Sharing Using the IC Series Remote If you’ll be sharing power between external sources and your batteries, you need to know how to set up the power-sharing feature on your IC Series inverter charger. Here Sean takes you through the configuration steps using the ICR-50 remote. Watch the video here:

In this 6-part series, we explain everything you need to know about RV Solar and how it works!   Part 1 – Confused by wattage, voltage, amperage, battery banks, and wiring size? Then this is for you. Read on! How is your RV solar system like the fuel system in your car? It helps to

Conclusion A well-designed RV solar solution built with quality components will provide you with the ultimate flexibility for going off grid and should give you years of trouble-free service. Here are a few things to keep in mind when choosing your solar set-up: Understand your current and future requirements. Are you a casual RVer, or

Part 6 – Power Converters, Battery Chargers, and Transfer Switches In RV applications, the terms ‘power converter’ and ‘battery charger’ are used interchangeably. The converter takes AC power (from shore power or a generator), converts it to DC, and uses it to charge the RV batteries. Good converter/chargers provide high throughput and will dramatically shorten

Part 5 – Power Inverters While your RV batteries generally provide 12 volt DC power, many of the appliances you run in your RV require 120 volts AC (like in your home). Making this conversion is the primary role of your RV power inverter. There are several things to consider when choosing your RV power

Part 4 – Charge Controllers The solar charge controller is a critical component in your RV solar system. The controller maintains the life of the battery by preventing overcharging. When your batteries are low, the controller provides a full flow of current from your solar panels to replenish your battery banks. When your batteries achieve