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Old 12-30-2018, 01:39 PM   #1
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For sale Intelli power 9100 PD9160A converter charger wizard So Cal

Works great. Just swapped it out of my van for an inverter. Charge Wizard included.


The PD9160A, 60 amp power converter is designed to provide reliable filtered DC power to all recreational vehicle 12-volt lighting and appliance circuits. The PD9160 converter also provides safe and rapid recharging of RV batteries. Built-in features such as electronic current limiting, reverse battery protection, high voltage protection, low voltage operation, and over temperature shut down ensure long term reliability. The built-in TCMS (Total Charge Management System) connector allows the RV manufacturer, dealer, or owner to easily add the Charge Wizard. The Charge Wizard is a microprocessor-controlled system that constantly monitors the battery voltage and use to ensure a rapid; yet, safe, recharge. The Charge Wizard can select one of three charging voltages and one of four operating modes depending on the condition and use of the battery.”

$120 pick up in OC. Can ship for $17 additional.
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Old 12-30-2018, 05:34 PM   #2
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Hey OCSMB,

First off, good luck with the sale of your converter. Secondly, I need to ask how easy it was to swap out the 9100 for an inverter? Did you do it yourself or have it done somewhere? It's something that I've been thinking of doing, but all those wires under the gaucho have held me back.

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Hey OCSMB,

First off, good luck with the sale of your converter. Secondly, I need to ask how easy it was to swap out the 9100 for an inverter? Did you do it yourself or have it done somewhere? It's something that I've been thinking of doing, but all those wires under the gaucho have held me back.

Thanks,

capn
Thanks. It’s pretty straightforward. Just follow the instructions of your inverter.

This 3 part YouTube helped. Good luck

https://youtu.be/Blp_-WYfR9c
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$99 now for a quick sale
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