ok, my cabin is wired same as an RV but WITHOUT a 12v supply. It only has the 3 pin big 220ish looking typical RV powper cord and plug. The cabin is designed to be installed in RV parks as a rental unit that is why it is wired like an RV's 110v system.
I bought a 3000watt 12v inverter/charger to run this off of a 12v battery
bank. The cabin is set to be totaly off grid. I have a generator
for charging the battaries.
Unfortunately the inverter is not a hardwire setup. It has four 1500W 120vplug recepticals on the back of it.
Sooooo... how is the best way to get the full 3000/6000 Watt into the RV Plug to power the whole rig off one 3000w at 120v feed?
Can I make a pig tail that consist of:
. Use a thick power cord for each of one 1500W recepticals from back of inverter's and put them into into a small power box. Each power cord handeling potentially 1500w
. Place in this box a female RV receptical.
...Wire all set of power wires coming in off the inverter's 1500w recepticals into the one RV female receptical in the box
... Hot to hot, Ground to ground etc. for a total of 3000W continuouse 6000 surge.
. RV plug from cabin would then plug into this giving me 3000w/600w total capabilty within the cabin all thru the one circuit as it is desinged.
certainly hope I dont have to rewire the cabin into more than one set of wirng and breakers, ... it's prewired with.