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Dutch061

I have a 2020 400, so the batteries are under the bed and the inverter is factory installed in the adjacent compartment.  I believe it has a 150 Amp Fuse installed inline. I am adding an additional 200 Amp Hours of lithium batteries in 3 weeks, I will post pictures of everything when I get it completed. This will give me 400 Amp Hours of lithium power which should get me 6 plus days anytime. Brad

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  • Dutch061
    I have a 2020 400, so the batteries are under the bed and the inverter is factory installed in the adjacent compartment.  I believe it has a 150 Amp Fuse installed inline. I am adding an additional 200 Amp Hours of lithium batteries in 3 weeks, I will post pictures of everything when I get it completed. This will give me 400 Amp Hours of lithium power which should get me 6 plus days anytime.

    Brad
    October 18
  • GaryMak
    I empathize... Similar experience of blowing a fuse with the inverter (and I didn't even hook anything up!)
    So, per pthomas745 explanation then, can I assume you wired an inverter directly to the battery?  How did you get the wires through to the inside?  Drill a hole in the camper to set up something permanently? Run a wire through the window just when you want to use the coffeemaker?  
    October 17