There are 2 main differences from the way things used to work:
First, all the outlets will work all the time. You no longer have to time your use of the outlets for when the generator is on. CPAP machines and chargers for all your electronic devices can be plugged into any outlet any time.
Second, and this one is important, all of these outlets are on low amp circuits. This means that while they will work just fine for most things, they cannot handle large electrical loads such as hair dryers, curling irons, or personal heaters. If you try to use one of these high powered items anywhere in camp, the circuit breaker will pop, and you will be out of luck (and out of power). We hope and trust that our clientele will support and understand our desire to be more responsible with our energy supply and will be willing to make the small sacrifices necessary.
Let me be clear here: the above mentioned restrictions are for large electrical loads. Many electrical items may still be used. The lights are on all the time, and we also have power to run CPAP machines or other small devices. And rest assured, we do make sure the kitchen has all the power needed to run the refrigeration and produce plenty of tasty home cooked meals!
Let us talk a minute about the much used hair dryer as an example of items we take for granted. The high setting on a hair dryer is often 1500 watts. The average LED light bulb is 10 watts. It is obvious then that to run your hair dryer on high it is the equivalent of running 150 LED bulbs! We understand that hair dryers are nice, but truly we do not mind if you show up for breakfast with wet hair, and it certainly will help us keep our system working.