Truck Electrical

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2013/03/01 11:03:05 (permalink)

Truck Electrical

I've been searching previous posts, but haven't had great luck gaining knowledge of diffident electrical set ups.
 
I have a catering company now, and am working on my first truck build. Obviously I plan to run as much equipment with LP as possible, but I do have some equipment that I am purchasing now for a festival that will be electric. The sandwich grill/press is offered as 120V 208V & 240V.
 
My hope would be that whatever I buy would have the ability to be used in the truck, if I so desired. My question is, of those three power sources, which one is the best for use in a truck?
 
Thank you in advance!
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    daddywoofdawg
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    Re:Truck Electrical 2013/03/01 14:45:11 (permalink)
    For festivals figure you may be lucky and get 20 amp 110/120V,even if you pay for 30 amp or 50amp.But I would stick to 30 or 50 amp.
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    a.mckenna
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    Re:Truck Electrical 2013/03/06 00:32:18 (permalink)
    What daddy says, likewise if you are using a generator 240V generators cost more, and are typically louder.
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