. Just be warned I was told if you use the auto changeover valve and it switches over to the second tank you may not be able to use your outside propane hookup until you switch it back to your main tank. I haven't tried it myself as I use my outside hook up all the time. I think it has something to do with the outside hookup being high pressure.I posted in the middle of searching. There is an auto cutover valve available. Tx all.
My pop up system is all low pressure.. Just be warned I was told if you use the auto changeover valve and it switches over to the second tank you may not be able to use your outside propane hookup until you switch it back to your main tank. I haven't tried it myself as I use my outside hook up all the time. I think it has something to do with the outside hookup being high pressure.
You can get just about anything you want, and then modify it to work with the low pressure tap coming off the trailer (if its threaded, its a high pressure with the same attachment as a 1lb bottle. If it's a "pop in quick connect", its a low pressure and comes pre-regulated by the camper regulator (most have this). In that case, you can get a kit to bypass the regulator on the stove. I got one for my little weber propane grill, and can either pop in the regulator or the low pressure line and connect it to the side of the camperI wish I could find a good low pressure stove to replace the high pressure on the Niagara. In part because the HP stove is pretty tired anyway. The control valves seem to have a ton of slop in them and just touching the knobs causes the flame to jump all over. Nearly impossible to control the flame.
. It entirely depends on what temperature you set the furnace at and how long it stays running. Some may set the furnace at 65F like you would a house thermostat and leave it on all day/night. Unfortunately if it’s 30F degrees or colder outside and camping in a popup without much heat retention that furnace isn’t going to shut off much at all so your going to go through propane mighty fast. Over the years I figured out heat retention system and gas conserving system that’s works for me and my family. Mainly utilizing an electric heater to help support the furnace. Unfortunately the family still are not exactly “happy campers” but it works. On day 4 I may have to switch tanks but we don’t normally camp much beyond that. Unfortunately for my size camper the single electric catalytic heater is no where near enough to keep the popup comfortable on its own so that furnace still gets a work out if it’s freezing. To each their own. Everyone has different tolerance levels.fall) we'll make sure we head out with a full tank but we've never come close to using one up.