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Should Progressive Dynamics Pure Sine Wave Inverter be Hardwired  


Will the progressive dynamics 200 wt invertor with tranfer switch Will this work with the WFCO WF-8735 convertor? I have an 08 Fleetwood tiogo model 26 j,. And a generic 4000 Genny. It is shore power or I plug it into the Coach The Ford E 450 as v10. 6.7 liter moter. also charges the batteries while I drive. There is also a jump system in the cab that I can iether turn on Genny from cab and or jump main battery. Batteries in house are 2 6v golf cart internationals in series=12v Its it better to hard wire the invertor? W/ tranfer switch,, and or is there one that has combos convertor and invertor? I just want it to be sadly done . Do you have mobile techs ? Thats alot of info for you hope you can help with my questions, dont mind if you call me I am one of many solo females. 5 yrs ft in this rig learning alit. I do what to understand what make it tick. And make sure my wiring is sound. The tech that did the solar install didnt seem interested in the install so a plug would work so I can a pot of coffee. Maker is 700 wts most every thing I may run is 700 to 1500 wt. Mico is 900. I would only run one item at any time with the invertor. Also just added an go power 190wt solar panel to batteries with controller. Very recent . This is a 30 amp system Everything now works no brainer. Automatic transfer. I like that. Refer is auto . LP / DC fans and ac when on Shore


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You can use your WFCO converter with the Progressive Dynamics Pure Sine Wave Inverter w/ Transfer Switch - Remote - 2,000 Watts - 12V # PD64FR.

It is meant to be hardwired yes, as you can see on page 6 of the linked installation instructions. You'll use #2 AWG wire for the DC wiring and #12 AWG wire for the AC wiring. There isn't a combo converter/inverter replacement for your WFCO, and while we do not have mobile techs this is not a bad install. I recommend checking out the linked installation instructions which give a pretty clear view of what is needed to install the Progressive Dynamics Pure Sine Wave Inverter w/ Transfer Switch - Remote - 2,000 Watts - 12V # PD64FR.

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