Educational Video on Winnebago's Power Max System
Learn more about Winnebago's new, innovative power solutions.

James Adinaro of The Fit RV explains what makes the new Winnebago Power Max system so appealing to RVers. Primarily using the 2025 Winnebago Revel as an example (and his own RV mods as a comparison), James will showcase the features and benefits of this system. (Spoiler: This new system has very fast charge rates, saves a lot of space, and is easily controlled by one panel!)

Are you completeley new to RV power systems? This beginner resource for understanding RV electrical systems is a great place to start. This guide to RV solar power for beginners is also helpful if you haven't quite gained a complete understanding of how your RV power works. Plus, learn more about Winnebago's power systems here.

Winnebago Power Max System Overview

Video Highlights:

  • basics of RV power, including an explanation of volts and amps
  • reasoning behind 48v in the Power Max System
  • explanation of wiring and why having less wiring means less possible points of failure
  • benefits of the Winnebago Power Max System that will improve capabilities
  • overview of the Winnebago x EcoFlow 5-in-1 Power Hub Pro 
  • practical examples of RV power usage to help show the value of this power system

If you have questions after watching the video, please head over to this page on The Fit RV's website to join the discussion! 


GoLife Perks members get 10% off EcoFlow Products if you are not currently in the market for a new RV but are interested in seeing which of their eco-friendly power solutions may improve your RV life. (Just note that the offering shown in the video for Winnebago RVs is an exclusive, custom-made power solution for Winnbago and not available for individual purchase.)


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User commented on May 20, 2024 9:22 AM
As an old time avionics tech, I am amazed. Since you are an electrical engineering, no doubt you had fun planning and installing your unit. With your skill level, thanks for easily explaining the working system. I would be most interested in the upgrades at the main electrical panel too. Best wishes.