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

On the road with Go Power! Solar and Adventure Basecamp The concept of Adventure Basecamp began in June of 2017 when Steve DuBay decided to take on a DIY van conversion and travel across Canada and the United States for a year with his adventure partner-in-crime, Jeannie O’Reilly. With the help of Go Power!’s Solar

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

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

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

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 recharge while you