My dinette benches and table.
Another view from the entry door.
Underneath the benches.
Under the right bench is the White vented battery box
. One vent draws air in the bottom through a hole in the floor. The other vent exhausts air out through the hose in the top that is connected to a vent port in the right wheel well. The 2 halves of the box are bolted together using a gasket to seal the battery's "air" inside the box and vents, isolating it from the cabin.
The box's place in the electrical
system in my trailer goes something like this:
- The Shore Power (110 volt AC) cord is connected to
- The 110 volt 15 amp Circuit Breaker in the breaker box under the sink. It feeds
- A GFCI protected outlet next to the breaker box. The "Load" terminals of the GFCI outlet feed
- 2 more 110 volt AC outlets wired in series which GFCI protects all 3 outlets in the 110 volt circuit.
- Plugged into one of the 110 volt outlets is the power cord for the Progressive Dynamics PD-9130 Converter/Charger that has the Charge Wizzard installed.
- The 110 volt AC source is converted into a 12 volt DC output.
- The 12 volt DC output from the Converter is connected to the Positive and Negative terminals of my Group 127 wet cell 12 volt battery inside the White vented battery box.
- Also connected to the positive and negative battery terminals are the 12 guage, 12 volt DC wires that feed
- The 12 volt DC, 4 circuit Fuse & Switch panel.
- 1st fused circuit feeds interior lights
- 2nd fused circuit feeds exterior lights
- 3rd fused circuit feeds a 12 volt DC outlet (for the "Endless Breeze" fantastic Fan)
- 4th fused circuit feeds the water pump