Camping World Has Everything for your Outdoor Electrical Set Up
One of the key parts of RVing is having electricity at your fingertips. The opportunity to use the luxuries of home—from a coffee maker in the morning to a microwave to charging your mobile devices—all comes thanks to the beauty of power. Most campgrounds, especially those suited to RVs, have at least some kind of electric post outside a camper to hook up to these days. Of course, electricity is nothing to toy with, and when we’re talking about electricity that’s open to the elements, that makes it even more important to proceed with caution. There’s a wide array of accessories that are built specifically to handle the amps that are required to power an RV, and other safety equipment as well. It’s important to connect to a post with a power cord that’s labeled specifically for a camper’s rated power, and there are even adapters that can reduce the power output as well. Some models even feature locks, which prevents a power cord from coming undone in the event of a particularly blustery or stormy day. Of course, part of the joy of RVing means going anywhere you want, and in instances where there’s no electric pole, there’s solar. Numerous kits can provide an RV with enough juice to power it from basic things like running a coffee grinder, to more extensive power to help cut back on the need for a generator.