On board propane though? Shouldn't be hard to tap into for a stove.All diesel. I’ve a LP bbq and stove set up for the outdoor kitchen. Just have yet to get it dialed in and use it. Partly due to the fact I’ve no awning yet.
I’ve no idea so I asked Mark “Jeep” from Overland Explorer. This is what he said. “The springs are long, there's all the room it needs to move as much as it needs to move. We did cycle it in the shop and set it up with just over an inch of movement when everything was installed. The deck does stiffen the frame to a degree.“I just stumbled on your thread, beautiful vehicle and camper! Have you changed these springs? The reason I ask is because the photo shows them cinched down to nearly solid height. That means they are unable to move and won't last long. I have done a lot of research on spring mounted beds but have never gotten much information on real world spring rates. I would be interested in seeing what actually works for your application. If it is still in this configuration then basically, you are solid mounted. I have some experience working with industrial springs and am willing to help as much as I can to gain some real world numbers if you are interested.
How do I determine how much battery draw an induction cooktop would take? Also I currently have one that I am not happy with. It is this one - https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0037Z7HQK/ref=oh_aui_search_detailpage?ie=UTF8&psc=1If you don’t have enough battery to cook with induction... you don’t have enough battery period...
The one you have is 1800W, 1800W @120V at a power factor of 1 is 15Amps. @12VDC that would be 150 amps (roughly ignoring conversion to 120v thru inverter etc.) Lets say 25 mins (of actual cooking time on high, seems reasonable for a day? ) is 37.5AH, call it 40AH with conversion losses.How do I determine how much battery draw an induction cooktop would take? Also I currently have one that I am not happy with. It is this one - https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0037Z7HQK/ref=oh_aui_search_detailpage?ie=UTF8&psc=1
My issue with it is it seems to constantly be turning on and off. For example while frying potatoes; they cycle from sizzling away to just sitting and doing nothing. Back and forth. Seems like the temp regulator on the cooktop is cycling on and off.