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Old 12-02-2019, 01:45 PM   #2
ducksface
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Brand: Thor Motor Coach
Model: 2018 24.1 AXISSIXxSIX
State: Arizona
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Xantrex 3012 has a 150amp charger and are stackable to supply 60amp ac and 300 amp charging. It has an excellent controller and will integrate to an ags and a wireless control.

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Buy a small inexpensive unit as a test to see if you'll ever use an inverter to any amount of value to you.


Do you have a specific reason for pure sine wave?

My 24.1 lives near an ac outlet which adds to why I can't find a reason (except boondocking with a tow'd and spending long times away from the rv) for solar on a vehicle with an alternator and a generator let alone one with an inverter and a battery bank.
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If you do long term outside and remote storage, a solar panel is your best bet to keep a battery serviceable.

Our inverter was installed solely out of our politeness to others regarding the noise of the v10 or generator running in dry camps.
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