needs of this trailer, as determined by the client, are quite minimal. Shore power was not even asked for! But they wanted a good, strong battery
as well as the capability of adding solar
down the line.
As is usually the case, the 7-pin harness supplying power to the battery
and DOT lighting
pushes through the hull and into the front bench. There it is connected to a simple buss bar and where it is distributed throughout.
Cabin power is of course supplied by the on-board battery
, which connects to a marine-grade fuse block holder. This trailer has only three circuits, but the client can add in the future if required.
I installed a Zamp Solar
"Quick Connect" upfront and pre-wired it to the battery. When the time comes, the client can "plug in" a Zamp portable panel system.