WFCO Model 8955 is a very commonly used converter.
Here is some information from their website:
(Fully compatible with WF-8955AN, with next generation faceplate design)
"The WF-8900 Series has revolutionized RV power centers with its lighter weight, decorative doors and superior features. The WF-8955 model provides 55 Amps and a clean, constant 13.6 VDC nominal output, for reliable operation of electronics and appliances. Automatic three-stage charging extends the life of your battery with output voltage modes of 13.2 VDC range “float” mode, 13.6 VDC range “absorption” mode, and a 14.4 VDC range “bulk” charge mode. The 8900 Series also maintains peace and quiet, as the cooling fan runs only when needed."
If you open the power distribution panel inside your trailer the converter make and model information should be pretty easy to see.
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