Charging from the R1T Truck Bed Outlets

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Does anyone know if you will be able to use the 110V truck bed outlets to plug in a Noco battery charger and charge an AGM Deep Cycle or Lithium Ion battery that are used in campers or RV's? Basically wondering if you could replace a gas/diesel generator for your camper trailer, with the R1T?
 

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Does anyone know if you will be able to use the 110V truck bed outlets to plug in a Noco battery charger and charge an AGM Deep Cycle or Lithium Ion battery that are used in campers or RV's? Basically wondering if you could replace a gas/diesel generator for your camper trailer, with the R1T?
This should not be a problem at all. Assuming your charger is rated at 20 amp, that would be 240W, thus only 2-3A at the 110 outlet, So even if the outlet is rated at 15A, no problem, The camp kitchen runs off 110, and I bet it takes more power than that.
 

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This should not be a problem at all. Assuming your charger is rated at 20 amp, that would be 240W, thus only 2-3A at the 110 outlet, So even if the outlet is rated at 15A, no problem, The camp kitchen runs off 110, and I bet it takes more power than that.
Sure should work but lets call it 120 volts !
 

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Let's call it 120V if it is, indeed, 120V. It may be 110. And AFAIK no mention has been made of split phase capability i.e. 220 or 240 V. Nor of how stiff the supply will be.
 
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