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-Shore power ("grid power",​ "​mains",​ "wall outlet power"​) is AC power derived from the electric grid.  The most common places RVers use shore power is when plugged in at someone'​s house  or at an RV park with full hookups (FHU).+Shore power ("grid power",​ "​mains",​ "wall outlet power"​) is AC power derived from the electric grid.  ​Shore power can run AC loads directly in campers so equipped, but more commonly it powers a [[electrical:​converter|converter/​charger]] that runs the [[electrical:​12v:​intro|12v house system]]. 
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 +The most common places RVers use shore power is when plugged in at someone'​s house  or at an RV park with full hookups (FHU).
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 The most **common types of campsite hookups** are: The most **common types of campsite hookups** are:
electrical/shore_power.txt · Last modified: 2019/10/19 11:40 by frater_secessus