Proper Start-up of an Inverter Charger Is this thing on?! Have you installed and configured your IC Series inverter charger and now you’re ready to start it up? Sean walks you through the proper start-up procedure using the ICR-50 remote and touches on a few ‘dos and don’ts’. Watch the video:
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:
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:
Answers To All Your Questions About Solar Charging Systems and Inverters and Go Power! Products 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
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
Repair and Return Information Our Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs), and our product support sections are 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! 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