So after 5 months of sourcing all the pits and pieces, and sweet talking my electrician buddy, in April it was all installed.
2 6V T-105 batteries
1000W Xanterx Freedom HF inverter/smart chargrer
130W Sun Electronics solar panel
Morningstar SunSaver solar
15.5" Skyworth TV/DVD combo
Logitech speaker system with subwoofer
When installed, I plugged in and topped of the batteries. Since then, 6000mi. and 25+ camping days later, I haven't needed to plug in again. We always "boondock" and we're in the sunny SW, not Canada, so I figured that the solar
would really take care of business and it has! I set up my TV to charge from the alternator and with that and the solar
I can't ever see needing a generator
. I'm planning on switching my 12V interior lights
over to LED's but until I add some more power eaters; water pump and heater ect., theres no need I can run the incandesents all night with power to spare.
Sorry the pics. aren't bigger!
Inverter/battery monitor, between upper cabinets.
Power center; under front bench; AC breaker box, inverter, DC fuse box, and solar controler.
Exterior AC outlet.