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General Discussion / Re: The Random Question of the Day Thread...
« Last post by Bird on Today at 01:54:14 AM »
Quote from: Hairs
Am I missing something here?

Your trying to work out what cant be worked out.
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General Discussion / Re: Buy Australian WTH?
« Last post by Bird on Today at 01:49:46 AM »
I see there are calls for Coles/Woolies to have "Australian made" only aisles - like other countries have for their own produce

Sounds great to me.. be a short aisle though.
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General Discussion / Re: Most common RV power point amp rating
« Last post by SimpleSi on Yesterday at 11:39:47 PM »
Mate their website specifically says 10A at their premium campsites.
My experience (2yrs ago) was 10A at their powered campsite.
Backpackers man the reception. I'll put money on Lora being a 24yr old Brit.
Take a 10A extension lead as well.
That's all I can say. Good luck!
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General Discussion / Re: Most common RV power point amp rating
« Last post by PWE on Yesterday at 11:34:17 PM »
I think i’ll Stay with my 12volt system
I installed it and knows it works.

To many conflicting info
I am no electrician but it make sense to take a 15 amp lead, plug it in a device that have a circuit breaker and RCD which convert the 15 amp to 10 amp. You can then have multiple 10 amp plugs to use. (Yes, the device on the photo is not correct because it have a 10 amp lead)
Basically the same as what happens in a caravan, except the caravan have a fixed distribution board with circuit breakers.
Anyway, no issue 12 volt it is.
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General Discussion / Re: Most common RV power point amp rating
« Last post by PWE on Yesterday at 11:25:08 PM »
That is quite coincidental.
As I said, my next campground booking only has 10A, AND THAT IS CATHEDRALS FRASER!
Your 15A lead won't plug into their power posts. Take a standard 10A outdoor lead.
Check their website, it even mentions 10A.

Email reply from Cathedrals when I asked what amp the plugs are


Hello,

The maximum would be 15 amps for your site.

Tropical Regards,

Reception

Lora

Cathedrals on Fraser
+61 7 4127 9177
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General Discussion / Re: What’s making news - 2020
« Last post by MarkGU on Yesterday at 11:14:14 PM »
How in the hell is the government going to allow these protesters to gather on mass while the rest of us are in lockdown?

Cant attend funerals for loved ones over a certain number of people, cant attend a wedding in case there are too many people there and so on but...........


.........gathering on mass to protest something that has nothing to do what so ever with this country and our premier is ok with this?

Fair dinkum  >:(
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General Discussion / Re: Most common RV power point amp rating
« Last post by SimpleSi on Yesterday at 11:09:50 PM »
I booked one of the premium power sites at Cathedral on Fraser Island, so was considering taking a 15 amp lead with the power board to charge things.
That is quite coincidental.
As I said, my next campground booking only has 10A, AND THAT IS CATHEDRALS FRASER!
Your 15A lead won't plug into their power posts. Take a standard 10A outdoor lead.
Check their website, it even mentions 10A.
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General Discussion / Re: Most common RV power point amp rating
« Last post by sparksy on Yesterday at 10:17:40 PM »
As long as you're camper is parked indoors... They aren't legal for outdoor or movable buildings, caravans, tents etc.

I really cant see the use in this model, It enables you to plug 4 high current devices into a single 15A socket. Seems like trouble to me. I havent been a domestic installer for 30 years but in those days you could only have 1 socket per circuit, but things might have changed.
Fair enough the 10A 4 way with RCD etc as you would assume that most devices with a 10A plug would not be drawing a huge load.
But this thing would enable you to plug 4 caravans into one socket, not that you would but you could.  ;D

 
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Introductions / Re: Long time lurker
« Last post by OffRoad Vagabond on Yesterday at 09:18:22 PM »
Cheers Geoff

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General Discussion / Re: For a Bit of Fun - Joke Thread
« Last post by Pete79 on Yesterday at 08:47:36 PM »
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