Originally Posted by chrisbailey13
I used a transfer switch and the existing outlets. It was a little more effort up front, but pays off in the long run because now I can plug into any outlet in the coach. My setup is very similar to what Forest River does for coaches that have Residential Refrigerators except it is extended to all the outlets not just the fridge. If you look at the posting link it shows the Transfer switch and how it is connected inline with the primary 110v wire.
I looked at the link that you send me, that is a great set up. If I understood it correctly, the "Xantrex Inline Transfer Relay" served as the automatic transfer switch, if there is no external power such as shore power or generator power, the Xantrex Inline Transfer Relay will allow the "house 110 circuit" tol pick up the power from the inverter, at any point the external power from such as shore power or generator power kick on, the Xantrex Inline Transfer Relay will automatically switch to the external power and run the house circuit, we do not have to do anything to control the switching, am I right?
Let me know if I was wrong.
Also, does the microwave circuit is separated from this 15A circuit for the house light, or together in the same circuit?
Thanks again Chris.