schmidty wrote:you guys are all pretty smart, so how does this wiring set up look to you? I looked at the previous threads and diagrams and came up with this. I don't plan on using any 110V stuff. I only am using the inverter in case I need it for something random. Oh yeah, and my goal is a teardrop for under $1300. we'll see about that. I am usually a backpacker so this tear is quite a luxurious upgrade for me. Thanks in advance for all of your help.
schmidty wrote:Joanne, your drawings were definitely an inspiration for mine. I used a few other drawings to make mine how I wanted them to be, and different from yours. I did like the layout of yours though. I don't have corel draw, so I had to use good old microsoft paint. I also did the copyright thing for the same reason you did. I know you don't want your drawings to end up in someone's lame plans on ebay. Thanks for sharing your info, I plan on sharing mine too.
vairman wrote:I think I would add a Battery Isolator just to be safe and not draw off the cars battery.... See Drawing
I modified your drawing..... Greg
vairman wrote:Yea, I guess the Circut is a little redundant So here is an easier one...
QQMoose wrote:Maybe I am obsolete, or my trailer is obsolete. Why do you need all that electrical stuff for anyway ? Yes my trailer has tail lights, and 3 interior lights. I have a small car battery running the interior lights and the tail lights run off the car battery. The trailer battery is charged by the car. I have a grand total of 6 wires inside the trailer, mated to a fuse block. OK so I don't have a TV, stereo, or, for that matter, air conditioning. Camping is camping. If I wanted all the luxuries of home, I would have bought a "mobile home".
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