December 10, 2013
Most campers are wired to plug into 120 VAC. It appears that this generator does not have an outlet which will deliver 30 amps at 120V. It's possible the 240VAC outlet could be used, with the proper plug wired to use just one leg of the 240 V outlet (which would deliver 120 V), however, this is not a standard cable that you can just buy at the store. You may need to wire one up yourself (or get an electrician to do it.
Also, loading one leg of the 240 outlet to its maximum, while taking nothing off the other leg is generally not the best idea. Usually, you try to balance the load more evenly. I'd consult with the manufacturer to see if they have a problem with loading up one leg of the 240 outlet, while leaving the other unused. (If they are OK with it, it may be worth asking of you should switch which leg is used occasionally - or at least occasionally run the generator with a load on both legs, perhaps by plugging multiple things into the 120 v outlets)
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