StealthDave wrote:Can you use regular single pole breakers from home depot/lowes for all breaker applications, or do you need specific breakers for 12 volt apps and specific 110/120 volt breakers?
Shadow Catcher wrote:You need automotive type fuses for the 12 volt and regular Lowe's circuit breakers for 110. Both types of holders are easy to find. Progressive Dynamics makes a converter 110 and 12V circuit distribution center
This give an idea of how this could be fabed up, or just use theirs.
toypusher wrote:I believe, with much assistance from Bruce, that the following is what should be safe and cover exactly what I want in my tear.
and a blowup of the Circuit Breakers
And finally, what Joanne's original configuration, using the tow vehicle for charging and having NO 120VAC.
Sure hope that these are correct now and that everyone can get some use from them.
Many thanks to Joanne for the original drawings and especially to Bruce for all the technical advise.
toypusher wrote:And finally, what Joanne's original configuration, using the tow vehicle for charging and having NO 120VAC.
jofa wrote:Just made this scheme in Excel with Office drawing tool so anyone can download and adjust it to it's needs. ...just draw the lines. This is what I would like to instal, but my electricity knowledge is poor.
would like to pre-wire for solar but dont know where to go with it.
If you check my sheme you will see what i mean. Also, have no idea if inverter setup is right!?
does this scheme make any sence at all!?
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