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Old 10-26-2018, 06:12 PM   #1
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Has anyone compiled a list of manufacturer and model number for the various installed components on current E21 trailers? You know things like inverter, solar controller, surge protector, converter, fridge, range/oven, etc. Have searched forum for such with no success and the options list on ETI website is no help with specifics.
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You will receive an instruction booklet for every appliance installed in your unit, it is in your "packet" of paperwork.
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I don't know of one and it wouldn't be of much value since manufacturers of the components can change at any time and can change the component specs at any time.
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In addition to the package of manuals (which sometimes cover a number of different models of appliances, making it difficult to identify yours), both my Escape trailers had a typed sheet listing the make & model of each major appliance glued to the wall in one of the closets.
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Has anyone compiled a list of manufacturer and model number for the various installed components on current E21 trailers? You know things like inverter, solar controller, surge protector, converter, fridge, range/oven, etc. Have searched forum for such with no success and the options list on ETI website is no help with specifics.
Inverter: not positive what they currently use. They have used both Samlex and Go Power in their builds. Someone with this option can hopefully weigh in.

Solar: ETI uses the GoPower GP-160-RV kit the last I heard. If they changed it is still something very similar
https://gpelectric.com/files/gpelect...-80-95-160.pdf

Surge Protector/EMS: Progressive Industries EMS-HW30C
Progressive Industries EMS-HW30C

Converter: All trailers use the WFCO 8955 to my knowledge
https://wfcoelectronics.com/product/wf-8955-55-amp/

Fridge: All Dometic, models can vary

Range/Oven: They were using the Atwood DV20 (2 burner) or DV30 (3 burner), but they were discontinued and they switched to a recessed unit which is stainless steel 2- burner cooktop Suburban SDS2 – RV. For the oven they have been using the Atwood RV1735BBPU. Not sure if this is changing to a Dometic nameplate since they bought Atwood.

Furnace: on newer models they were using Atwood AFSAD12 then they got bought by Dometic so model is now DFSAD12
https://pantherrvproducts.com/dometi...e-furnace-12k/

Hot water heater: Suburban SW6D and if you order the 2-way propane/120V it is the SW6DE
https://www.airxcel.com/suburban/pro...spark-ignition
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Range/Oven:
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For the oven they have been using the Atwood RV1735BBPU. Not sure if this is changing to a Dometic nameplate since they bought Atwood.
Apparently the branding change has been made:
Dometic Wedgewood 3-Burner Range
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Inverter Info

Thanks rubicon327 for the info. ETI sent me a PDF version of the manual for the inverter that will be used in our December 7, 2018 E21. Manual says manufacturer: Go Power! powered by carmanah, Pure Sine Wave Inverter; Model # GPSW-1500.
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ETI sent me a PDF version of the manual for the inverter that will be used in our December 7, 2018 E21. Manual says manufacturer: Go Power! powered by carmanah, Pure Sine Wave Inverter; Model # GPSW-1500.
That's strange: it is the model that Escape has used in the past, but the manufacturer currently lists it as "no longer available for purchase".
1500 Watt Pure Sine Wave Inverter
Perhaps ETI still had some in stock.
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Range/Oven: They were using the Atwood DV20 (2 burner) or DV30 (3 burner), but they were discontinued and they switched to a recessed unit which is stainless steel 2- burner cooktop Suburban SDS2 – RV.
Suburban has seen corporate changes as well: they are now part of Airxel, but unlike Dometic Airxcel hasn't changed the brand names.
Suburban - 2 & 3 Burner Drop-In Cooktops | Airxcel
Unfortunately, the "new" recessed SDS2 model (which has been available for at least 10 months) is still not shown on the manufacturer's website.

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I believe they (Escape) has run out of them. I have a GP HS-1500 installed in August, 2017, but Mike S, had the GoPower ISW-1500, a newer model, installed in his 5.0 sometime in 2018.

As I mentioned in the same thread, the remote with readouts that works with the newer inverter does not work with the GP HS-1500, and the remote with readouts that works with the older one is no longer available.
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