Sterling pro combi inverter chargers?

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  1. 955matt

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    anybody had any dealings with these are they any good, what are they like to fit. Only ask as I may have fried my inverter and b2b charger.
     
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    I looked into one Matt.
    I thought they had lots of potential. If you had limited time on hookup, the high charging rate gets your money's worth.
    The auto switch over to the invrrter for sockets is a nice function too.
    I would go for it if I were in your position, it would fit nicely in that locker.
    They don't do a waterproof version, some sort of raised bracket would be useful!

    Do bear in mind though, it doesn't do the job of a B2B. It would make more efficient use of a generator though by shortening run times due to the high charge rates available.
     
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    Thanks Jon, how are you?
     
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