Originally Posted by drboyd
Watt electric skillet will draw 12.5 amps.
That's why you have to add things up, plus loads you don't often think about like the converter/charger and water heater.
The catch is these appliances are designed to draw, in this case 12.5 amps at 120vac, but there is a voltage drop in some campgrounds, and there may be additional voltage drop from your pedestal to your electrical equipment if you are drawing a lot of power. The voltage drop causes the current flow to increase so the electric skillet may draw more than 12.5 amps, as well as all the other ac appliances and equipment.
Not to mention an electric skillet and air conditioner used at the same time are engaged in thermal warfare with one another. You might look into an induction cooktop (countertop) and compatible and light weight fry pan for less overall heat generated in the Airstream, or cook outdoors when the air conditioner is running.