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Picture 5 of 12 from Album Replacing my IOTA ILC-3045 with Magnum Energy MSH-3012M Hybrid
This was it for day one.  All of the AC wiring has been completed from shore power, to and from the IOTA load center and the proper mounting of the ME.  This baby is 65 lbs.  Easier said than done for big guy hunched over in the little space under the bed trying to get this mounted on some lag screws.  F.Y.I.  ME requires that the unit be mounted either upright or with the right side of the unit facing upward, with a minimum of 6 inches of air space above the unit.  That pretty much dictates in this space that you'll be mounting it side ways.  The plywood is 19" x 36",  the ME width (if it was turned upright to read) is 12+".  My 400 amp fuse and my battery monitor shunt will be positioned near the middle of the plywood and the right hand side will have space for my future solar charge controller, that's a 2015 project.
This was it for day one. All of the AC wiring has been completed from shore power, to and from the IOTA load center and the proper mounting of the ME. This baby is 65 lbs. Easier said than done for big guy hunched over in the little space under the bed trying to get this mounted on some lag screws. F.Y.I. ME requires that the unit be mounted either upright or with the right side of the unit facing upward, with a minimum of 6 inches of air space above the unit. That pretty much dictates in this space that you'll be mounting it side ways. The plywood is 19" x 36", the ME width (if it was turned upright to read) is 12+". My 400 amp fuse and my battery monitor shunt will be positioned near the middle of the plywood and the right hand side will have space for my future solar charge controller, that's a 2015 project.
Picture Added 07-20-2014 11:26 PM
Added by Big Sky

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