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Old 11-28-2016, 01:34 PM   #5
scrubjaysnest
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Brand: Thor Motor Coach
Model: Axis 24.1
State: Florida
Posts: 608
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Originally Posted by rlewis View Post
Where did you end up putting your inverter and other associated equipment. My equipment is arriving today. The panels I've got figured out on where to put them on my 24.1, but the controllers and transfer switch, etc. I'm having some issues with.
Since we are not T.V. watchers, everything except the shunt for the Trimetric went into the exterior T.V. cabinet; 3rd picture down here:"The Nest" and it's solar
The inverter is small, about the same size as the breaker panel so it is mounted just to the left. I mounted a 2 stud, Blue Sea, terminal below the breaker panel for connections like that. Also a place to hook the smart automotive charger we carry with us.
Our worst case usage is 50Ah in 24 hours and while normal is less then that the house batteries that came with the coach are down to 45 to 50% SOC over night.
Those will be changed out in Jan or Feb 2017 when I add 200 watts to the roof.
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2016 Axis 24.1 E-450 6 spd tranny
300 watts portable solar.
200 watts solar on the roof.
Wrangler JK dinghy
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