We've done a lot of electrical
work to our trailer.
Electric rod in water tank so I don't have to hear the water tanks propane
burner, saves propane
Extra AC outlets, we have 8 inside (1 under couch for Converter and Sat receiver) and 1 under sink (for water heater electrical hot rod and air conditioner) and 1 outside on door side plus 1 in fridge
Extra DC outlets 2 inside (useful for small inverters and electronic devices) and one in fridge
bay, useful for running compressor.
80 watt roof solar panel
1200 watt Inverter.
Cable and Sat dish input jacks.
Expanded breaker box to four 15 amp breakers.
LED bulbs in lights
, spot over couch and two lights
LED Tail lights
Grid AC to Inverter AC switch.
Improved LED bulbs (an area that seems to get better with time)
Quick conect AC cord to get AC power cord out of the trailer.
Looking for lowest current water pump, ours draws 7 amps.
It's a lot but I'm somewhat of an electrical person. I know the number of AC outlets seems excessive but I notice we use everyone sometime during the day between chargers, computers, toaster and coffee pot. The least used outlet is the outside pair.
The inside DC outlets are used a lot when boondocking
. We put a 100 watt cigarette lighter inverter in each one, one near the TV and one near the Sat dish. The outside DC outlet is only used for our small RV compressor when I'm topping off the tires
We want to get the AC cord out from under the dinette, mostly because we want to install a larger water tank, plus we rarely pull out that cord more than a few feet.
Hope that helps