Held my breath a bit, but the front bunk fit in perfectly. Same with the kitchen. I had the divider wall from under the sink as a template but it was beat up, so I cut a new one from luan plywood. Used cardboard to ensure a perfect fit.
Totally removed the 120v wiring from the kitchen light
and only using 12v led strips in that old fixture. Long story short, I only want the AC unit to run off 120v, even if shore power is available.
12 volt stuff tested and working:
- tripath stereo amp
- 3 way fridge
- 2 way light
on side of closet, facing dinette.
- 4 USB outlets
- 4 lighter outlets
I've made a 12v junction box from a single gang metal box and a top from luan plywood. I'm powering the 12v with a 12v brick from an old PC monitor, capable of 5 amp output. I designed this so that I can quickly switch between the 12v outputs of my generator
, my car jumper battery
pack, eventually a solar
system, etc. Trying to build this for the future, although right now we're on shore power 90% of the time.