Originally Posted by dstankov
Chance, it's simple. I turn the inverter power button off since the inverter is not needed on shore power or when the generator is running. The 1800 has a remote panel that is mounted in the cabinet above my entry door.
Now, if I elect to run the inverter while on shore power or with the generator the remote panel will tell me how much voltage is being supplied to the batteries during charging.
Thanks Dave. That confirms there is a relay that switches between the inverter and shore/generator power.
All inverter/chargers I've seen had a transfer switch built in, but it sounds like your inverter is not an inverter/charger. I'm trying to determine if inverters Thor uses for these applications have the transfer switch built in.