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ReneeG

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Posted: 06/14/21 09:07am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

A doctor isn't give you a prescrip for a CPAP just because you want one. You have to go through a sleep study and it has to be pre-approved per insurance.


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Normally, you would think so...

Search Google, script for CPAP machine?

Get a script in 24 hours without doctor. You can also find CPAP on craigslist for half price. Just make sure they work or no deal. My wife did her sleep clinic at Kaiser. Bought on craigslist. Used it for a year then didn't need it anymore. Lost a lot of weight.

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RambleOnNW wrote:


The Victron 15A looks good with separate battery and load outputs. Great for using the unused panel output once the batteries are getting charged up.


I'm trying to picture in my head how this would work... I thought most RV setups had the 'loads' and the 'battery' all tied together (over simplified, I realize), whether via terminal connections, bus bars, etc. Or would this be for where there is a 'house' battery bank, and a 'starter' (vehicle) battery?

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memilanuk wrote:

RambleOnNW wrote:


The Victron 15A looks good with separate battery and load outputs. Great for using the unused panel output once the batteries are getting charged up.


I'm trying to picture in my head how this would work... I thought most RV setups had the 'loads' and the 'battery' all tied together (over simplified, I realize), whether via terminal connections, bus bars, etc. Or would this be for where there is a 'house' battery bank, and a 'starter' (vehicle) battery?

Thanks,

Monte


I have looked around a bit so here’s my understanding. The load output control is programmable based on the solar and battery state. So yes. charge the chassis battery when the house batteries are full and the solar is active. Or control a relay switching a load attached to the battery.


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Timmo! wrote:

We run our quite Honda generator each morning to charge the TT batteries; we usually camp far away from the next person as we are in the "live and let live" camp.


Appreciate that you only run it for a little while.. But there is really no such thing as a quiet generator. At Julian Price park on the BRP. You can hear a Honda run 100 yards away. In fact. you can hear a lantern running 50 yards away.

It is very quiet there, almost a shame to talk out loud. Makes you whisper.


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Honestly, and I know this goes against the flow. But if you just can't live without TV, AC, and all the other stuff you think you need. Then maybe you should stay in a park that has full hookups. after all, you are there to enjoy nature anyway. Why ruin it for those that went to a primitive CG to get away from the noise of truckstop camping. there are literally thousands of CGs with full hookups, where you won't have to miss a thing

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