Winter Battery Charging
I'm a new owner with my 30 FC twin located in southeast Michigan, north of Detroit. I won't retire until 12/31 and hoping for a maiden voyage south in January.
I'm loading up the unit in evenings and on weekends hooked to a generator so that I can run the furnace.
I would like to take the batteries out, putting them in a 65 degree room with nice trickle chargers that will go to float mode. Have those already.
Trailer is too far from electric source to leave the batteries in and put the chargers on the trailers, but could manage to do that if absolutely necessary.
Can I run the generators for furnace and lights when working in the unit on evenings and weekends if I have taken the batteries out of the trailer?
If yes, what's the best process to be sure I am not damaging converter, inverter or anything else?