ARV Team wrote:...RVs yes, but Ambos port power is not right?
Electrical isnt my specialty so not sure
Ambo I think would be set up similar to the old travel trailer/camper world. 110v at 15 amp?? maybe 30? But like said above.. wire in the stationary Camping Air Conditioner (AC) installed separately (along with maybe a few extra receptacles) as a separate 110v leg of the 220v. Then setup rest Ambo's existing electrical as the other 110v leg. Then use a regular 220v RV cord to plug at campgrounds.
An electrician can also put in a separate way to plug in only one or both sides of the 110v to separate plugs
(needing two extension cords). Great solution for when your home is without 220v power source or when at an old campground in the boon docks that may not have 220v.... ORRR if your generator does not have 220!!!. This can be done because you essentially have wired her up as if it was two campers each with their own 110v.
With 110v genny, You could plug in Genny to leg with AC side of the 110v wiring and not have any power to other parts of the Ambo. Then for dinner swap extension cord from Genny to the other 110v leg to power say your electric cook tops, microwave cooker etc. After cooking move genny power back to the Leg that the AC is on. Sounds like in that scenario the fridge should be on same circuit as AC? hmmm..... well... maybe not. You want the inverter to power it when on the road. hmmm.
Granted I've not hit on the inverter much. Not sure yet how ambo's are normaly wired. Are they full 110v? If so then my guess is when driving they get the 110v juice via 12v batteries; going thru inverter that bumped it too 110v. If that is the case then it sounds like when plugged into port at home, campground, fire station or?? the inverter gets bypassed completely to allow the extension cord to then be providing all the need 110v juice thru the original wiring. Im guessing that is how it is set up but that is only a guess. For that to work must be some kind of auto switch that disconnects inverter but I could be wrong. Often am Wrong; wrong more often then right.
Look forward to more knowledgable folk chiming in