Got to do a little work on the camper today.
Today I tried to take on the cooling system for the electronics. I built a little box the holds a super quiet computer fan and attached two 90° 3" duct pieces to it so I could run flex ducting all the way to where I needed it, on the other side of the camper.
I will hook the fan up to a thermostat that will monitor the temperature of the front hatch. When it reaches a temperature (that I haven't decided on yet) , it will turn the fan on and pull air from the cabin into the front compartment, and take the hot air and dump it outside. I'm sure it will take a little playing with the thermostat to figure out what temp the fan runs no more than it has to.
I also ran the main wires for the camper, hooked up the inverter to the land plug in power source, ran the main 12v lines for the camper to the area where I'm going to put the fuse panel, and installed some lights
under the counter top that are a pretty cool accent.
For the lights
I used these little LED strip lights
that have three LEDs per strip. I used a router to route out a groove under the counter top so that the lights are recessed up under there. The lights have blue tape over them untill the glue dries, but I couldn't wait to see what it looked like.