Originally Posted by Evening
Have you found an answer to this situation ? I am looking at similar install for my 2019, 24ft Thor which states "solar ready".
Would like to add 200w setup with (inverter-or modulator) safety to make sure there is a cutoff point when fully charged.
My 2018 Outlaw 29H was solar ready and the wires terminated in the electronics bay. I added two flexible 160W Renogy panels and their 30A Rover MPPT Controller. I also had the two stock 12V batteries in my coach.
I also rewired my Inverter so I could power any items the Inveter could handle.
Here are a couple tests that I did once I had the solar installed:
On a partly sunny day, I ran my refrigerator 8 hours without running into any low battery issues. I did this test with the refrigerator coming from an off state to a cool down state.
One a mostly sunny day, I ran the 5000 BTU garage air conditioner for well over an hour without seeing the battery voltage drop to low enough levels to kick the Inverter into a low voltage error condition.
I could leave my coach parked in the driveway and regardless of weather condition over time, the solar maintained the batteries without needing to be on shore power.