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Picture 8 of 12 from Album Replacing my IOTA ILC-3045 with Magnum Energy MSH-3012M Hybrid
This is what I would refer to as the North wall.  The wall separating your batteries/propane from the interior of the trailer.  This cargo area in ours and many floor plans is a nice large, under the bed, pass through space.  I reinforced the North wall with an old piece of 1/2" plywood, sanded and painted white and affixed to three existing vertical supports inside the wall with wood screws.  That's the ME inverter/charger and a 400 amp in-line fuse for the positive line between the ME and the positive post of the battery bank.  Many may question as to why I chose a 3000 watt.  Reality is the greatest wattage most of us really can use efficiently is a 1,500 - 2,000 watt inverter, and with only four batteries, 3,000 watt is pushing it (I previously used a 1,000 watt).  The answer to "why 3,000 watts?" is that is the lowest watt inverter manufactured by Magnum Energy, that uses the "Hybrid" technology.  See Album Description.
This is what I would refer to as the North wall. The wall separating your batteries/propane from the interior of the trailer. This cargo area in ours and many floor plans is a nice large, under the bed, pass through space. I reinforced the North wall with an old piece of 1/2" plywood, sanded and painted white and affixed to three existing vertical supports inside the wall with wood screws. That's the ME inverter/charger and a 400 amp in-line fuse for the positive line between the ME and the positive post of the battery bank. Many may question as to why I chose a 3000 watt. Reality is the greatest wattage most of us really can use efficiently is a 1,500 - 2,000 watt inverter, and with only four batteries, 3,000 watt is pushing it (I previously used a 1,000 watt). The answer to "why 3,000 watts?" is that is the lowest watt inverter manufactured by Magnum Energy, that uses the "Hybrid" technology. See Album Description.
Picture Added 07-20-2014 11:11 PM
Added by Big Sky

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