Originally Posted by booster
So you would be dependent on swapping out batteries instead of charging them? Seems awfully impractical if that is the case.
If an RV manufacturer adopted a battery standard with modules I could use in my RV or my Jeep when overlanding, and other 'appliances' when not using my RV, the cost of moving away from a fuel generator to batteries charged by solar or alternator could be less overall and a practical purchase.
It would be interesting to see how many actual duty cycles people have on expensive Lithium Ion pack arrays they have purchased for their RVs. Unless you are full-timing, a move to Lithium Ion batteries could be an expensive investment in batteries underutilized over the lifetime use of the RV.
In the Honda example they are potentially showing batteries that could be used in an RV for power when book docking or used in a moped when you are on shore power.