Those panels sound awesome. I think I would use the tape others have mentioned and just stick them up there.
Ours are at the rear edge of the pop top so the wire just runs over the edge and tucks inside right at the closest point to minimize exposure. Once inside it is secured to the underside of the pop, you could glue an attachment, and then secured where it enters the large closet. There is a little more slack than strictly required in case the top goes up rear end first instead of flat. I used to have trouble getting it balanced when I put it up.
Having the panels at the rear facilitates wiping them off when dusty.
Our Compact II had almost no electrical
system when we got it. 12V from tug and a couple of 110 lights
and sockets when plugged in. Ours had a cord attached under the sink that you could feed out a hole for shore power!
My husband rewired it all to get rid of a lot of questionable stuff and added a battery
, charger, solar controller and the panels. It's a very truncated version of what we had on our sailboat. We basically lived on solar and 12V for 8 years aboard so have a fair understanding.
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