The Universal Power Group 6V 200 AH UB62000 G27 battery is a AGM deep cycle battery.
My panels are two abreast at the front of my travel trailer. Installation of the panels was quick. Probably about 2-1/2 hours. Renogy makes it relatively simple. The battery compartment on the tongue of my trailer took another hour to make it fit. I used an ATV cage to hold the batteries. Will need to modify that now that I'm entering winter months. I think I am going to remove the G27 plastic containers around each battery, place a seedling heat mat (used by the greenhouse industry) beneath the batteries to help keep them warm (https://www.hydrofarm.com/p/MT10006
), shock absorbing insulation between and around the batteries, and installing a low temperature switch that will turn on the mat when the temperature dips below 50 degrees or so and when hooked up to shore power. Still researching that.
I used a friend to help me with the wiring and configuration of the rest. Once we figured out what we were doing it only took 2 or 3 hours to do the rest.
If you go to this link you will see a rough wiring diagram we came up with:
The Go Power! TS-30 30 Amp Automatic Transfer Switch is installed under my sink near the fuse box and near where shore power comes into the cabin. My inverter is installed under the bed. The meters, alarm, controls, etc. are installed on the side of the pedestal next to the bed.