Inverter wire-up

19 days to go!

The inverter wiring is finalized.  The output of the inverter runs through the blue conduit under RV and up behind the breaker panel.  We now have a breaker for the inverter, and I’ve color coded the breakers and added instructions that insure the inverter supply and external A/C cable supply are never on at the same time.  ‘Cause that would be really, really bad.

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4 thoughts on “Inverter wire-up

    • The line is inside the frame members, so it should be OK.

      The inverter takes the 12 volt battery and converts its power to 120 volts AC, allowing us to operate household appliances in the RV. I’ve tied it into the breaker box so that all the RV’s outlets have access to the inverter’s output.

  1. “and added instructions that insure the inverter supply and external A/C cable supply are never on at the same time.”

    Hmmm, how long did you work at [...], and you still believe documentation will insure anything? :-)

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