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Power Converters WFCO VS PD

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I am in the beginning stage of finishing off my Yetti fish house and was looking at Power converters. Looking for Suggestions if I should go with a WFCO or Progressive Dynamics brand, any reason why one vs the other?

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Don’t know much about the PD, but have had great luck with my wfco. Makes wiring the house for 12v and 120 easy

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rl_sd what WFCO series do you use? I Am trying to figure out if it is worth paying the cost to go to a 40A for future spare capacity vs the 35A. Any thoughts on that. 

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On 12/27/2019 at 11:10 PM, WalleyeYetti said:

rl_sd what WFCO series do you use? I Am trying to figure out if it is worth paying the cost to go to a 40A for future spare capacity vs the 35A. Any thoughts on that. 

I have the 8735. I haven’t had any issues with power. Especially when lights and everything are low power consumption. 

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@WalleyeYetti welcome to HSO...

 

Great bunch of guys here. Do you have any pics of your build as you go along? 

 

We love seeing works in progress here.

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Just got my house this weekend so will be starting shortly and will definitely share some pics during the process.  I feel like I have a good plan now. 

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