Re: Can 220 Voltage Boat Plug Into a 115 Volt 30 Amp Shore Power


svperegrinus@yahoo.com
 

I know someone who installed a frequency converter transformer in his boat.  It cost significant money, space volume and weight.

Of course, an equivalent outcome can be achieved as follows:

1.  Have a battery charger that can accept 90V-to-250V and 50Hz-to-60Hz, such as a Mastervolt, or any other brand.

2.  Have an inverter that puts out the type of power you want, such as a Xantrex Pure Sine International 1800W/230V/50Hz, or any other brand.

Result --->  You can now power any suitable appliances from your inverter, regardless of the type of shorepower you have, worldwide.

Cheers,

Peregrinus
SM2K N. 350

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