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WFCO WF 8900MBA Series 120 AC to 12 DC 55A Power Converters - Minnesota Private Seller

1 month ago Parts & Miscellaneous  Duluth, MN 87 Views 0 Watching
Title: WFCO® - WF-8900MBA Series 120 AC to 12 DC 55A Power Converters
Country:US
State or Province:MN
City: Duluth
Type of Sale:Private Seller
Listed:1 month ago
Location: Duluth, MN
Price : $100

Two WF8955 converters for sale 100 EACH: We replaced these converters in our campers because we switched to lithium batteries, so there is nothing wrong with them. Our campers are both from 2019. We are south of Duluth MN.

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Posted by Pwrcruz (1 month ago)

How much to ship to Indianapolis, In ?

Posted by 2tracks (1 month ago)

I'm contemplating doing the same swap to lithium. Our 30ft TT has the 120v Residential Refrigerator and when off grid it's a battery killer. Are you happy with the upgrade you did?

Posted by mander17 (2 weeks ago)

Lithium Upgrade

So far, we are very happy with it. It outlasts the LA batteries by far. We are still learning about it - the battery recharges super fast with our generator. We have solar, but we have been in very shaded places, so the input has been minimal. For our use, which is mostly lights and radio, the 200 amp has been fine. A refrigerator is a whole different deal, and I can't speak to that with any authority. But we would do it again.

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