RV Vaction from UK

Discussion in 'RV Tips & Tricks' started by jbateson, Feb 14, 2010.

  1. jbateson

    jbateson New Member

    Hi any help/tips appreciated!

    please could somebody explain the difference between 20,30 and 50 amp hook ups?
    Coming to Yellowstone in August and would like to know what I would need for a c clas 28' RV.
    Thanks
     
  2. jbateson

    jbateson New Member

    RE: RV Vaction from UK

    Sorry, vacation
     
  3. C Nash

    C Nash Senior Member

    Re: RV Vaction from UK

    Welcome to the forum Jeremy. All will just depend on what your RV is setup for. If you have 50 amp you will probably need adapers for 50 to 30, 20. If you have 30 amp, most likely, you will probably need no adapters but never hurts to have all adapters.
     
  4. H2H1

    H2H1 Senior Member

    Re: RV Vaction from UK

    Jeremy the amperage is what allow power to your Camper. There are 50 amp for the larger motor homes and it drop down to a 30 amp and down to a 20 amp. If you are in Yellowstone in the summer it going to be hot, so if your camper has 2 air condition then maybe you would need a 50 amp service. I have a 36' MH with a 30 amp service, which means I can't have the hot water heater on electric and use the microwave at the same time. it would draw to many amps and tripped the breaker.The heaters are heated by propane and blown thru out the mh by 12 volts blowers, no problem. you can step down on your amps but you can't go up ie 30 to 50 amp but 50 to 30 is OK. Good luck on your trip. BTW there will be others who will correct me or add to what I have stated. We have some very smart people on this forum. :laugh:
     
  5. jbateson

    jbateson New Member

    Re: RV Vaction from UK

    Thanks very much, hopefully the rental company (El Monte RV) will supply the adaptors, looking forward to coming over for our holiday
     

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