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Old 07-20-2016, 04:52 PM   #21
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As the posters comment above; seems that my new RV to be picked up in couple days does not have the 110 volts wired through an inverter; because the coach may not have one.

Since I am planning to do a lot of dry camping, I now have to figure out how to add more batteries a possible to change to Li-ion and adding solar to the work.

Maybe I have to add an inverter and wire in a transfer switch so that my 110 volts will draw from the batteries.

Have anyone done something similar? I would really appreciated to learn more from your experience.

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