• Greg F
    154
    Does anyone have any familiarity with a same voltage dc to dc device that would make for a more stable power supply on the output side. Most notable for us is the lights flicker when the sureflow water pump is running. My thought is that a filtered even power would be less hard on devices. I have read where folks who are stepping down from 24 volts to 12 using the Victron Orion step down converter have found a cleaner power supply. Lights not flickering etc. Thoughts, ides?
  • Ray
    403
    Not really answering the question :blush: but as a side note I have LED lights that are regulated 8-30 volts so they don't flicker like incandescent or cheaper non-regulated LEDs
  • Greg F
    154
    ok, maybe better led lamps would help. The other time it can be quite annoying is when we are running the electric oven through the inverter. It is a quality PSW inverter but as it cycles the elements off and on the lights have a shallow flicker. The oven draws about 1500 watts but it is unlike other high load items we use like the hot water heater. I will check your channel for the regulated lamps you installed. Thanks!
  • Ray
    403
    Mine are Starlights had them 5 years now and no failures, expensive, though - https://amzn.to/2GtyRDd I've heard good things about M4 LEDs - http://www.m4products.com/

    https://www.loveyourrv.com/install-review-starlights-led-lamps-rv/
  • Greg F
    154
    Cool thanks, after dinner we will watch this and the video you posted earlier about where you are camped.
  • Randy Vallis
    38
    I have led lights that interfere with my tv signal
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