Pull Behind Trailers
Travel Trailer Power Requirements
*Important* – Travel trailers do not have an on board generator. If you are “dry camping”, (without electrical hookups), you will need a generator if you plan on running the air conditioning, microwave or the power outlets.
The refrigerator and water heater run off propane but need 12 volts (the ‘house battery’) for their control panels. During colder times the room heater uses propane but needs the ‘house battery’ to run control board and heater fan motor. Tap water is provided via a 12 volt pump.
The ‘house battery’ alone may not see you through a weekend of camping without a generator, or a means to charge, or change out ‘house battery’.
Using the incorrect generator can damage electrical side of the RV or Travel trailer. Ask TRVR if you unsure of requirements.
The stove runs off propane without 12 volts.
Company and Insurance policy requires if our trailers are fitted with brakes they must be controlled with a Brake Box. All our trailers have brakes except the ‘Little Guy’. Please ensure your vehicle is equipped correctly.
All trailers connector as shown in image, except…
‘Little Guy’ also has 4 way plug option as this trailer has no brakes fitted.
Travel Trailer 120 volt 30 amp power plug.
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