30 Amp вЂ“ WeвЂ™re a pretty tiny rig and because we donвЂ™t get one of the multi-room, 2-air conditioner RVs, a 30 Amp hookup must be significantly more than enough to power most of our devices. (ItвЂ™s the slot in the remaining.)
Yeah, yeah, but how can it all get together to power my material?
Exactly How our camperвЂ™s electric system works
Gimme the cliffвЂ™s records version:
Energy is available in through the вЂњshoreвЂќ.
It operates towards the battery pack, billing it, which in turn operates into the inverter, powering it.
The inverter accounts for powering the 120V AC electric.
Energy also runs from the 12V battery pack to the 12V DC electric.
I need greater detail:
Energy will come in through the вЂњshoreвЂќ and to the converter. With this, (into the house) we cut off the electrical plug from our converter and hard wired it into the back of our exterior shore power port after we tested to make sure it worked by plugging it.
A positive (red) 8AWG cable goes to a breaker switch for safety, then into the positive bus bar from the converter.