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Picture 3 of 12 from Album Replacing my IOTA ILC-3045 with Magnum Energy MSH-3012M Hybrid
This is simply a close up of all of the wires.  I have romex coming in, twist tied to the romex that is connected to my shore power cord.  Romex going out, twist tied to where the shore power romex used to go into the load center.  There are two RJ11 jacks, one is used for the battery temperature sensor and goes out to the negative post directly, the other runs up to my remote for the inverter/charger.  There is also a ground wire (black) that is bolted to the frame of the inverter/charger and is then run out of the TT and bolted directly to the frame of the TT.  The only other wires leaving the inverter/charger are the 4/0 AWG wires, positive line going to the 400 amp in-line fuse and the negative line to the 500 amp shunt, which you need to use your battery monitor.  In my set up the battery monitor I'm using is a Tri-Metric 2025-RV from Bogart Engineering, however Mangnum Energy makes a battery monitor as well as other mnaufacturers  All TT positive connections are now on the out going post of the 400 amp fuse, all negative connections are now on the inverter side of the 500 amp shunt.  Those negative & positive connections were on the battery post directly prior to this install.
This is simply a close up of all of the wires. I have romex coming in, twist tied to the romex that is connected to my shore power cord. Romex going out, twist tied to where the shore power romex used to go into the load center. There are two RJ11 jacks, one is used for the battery temperature sensor and goes out to the negative post directly, the other runs up to my remote for the inverter/charger. There is also a ground wire (black) that is bolted to the frame of the inverter/charger and is then run out of the TT and bolted directly to the frame of the TT. The only other wires leaving the inverter/charger are the 4/0 AWG wires, positive line going to the 400 amp in-line fuse and the negative line to the 500 amp shunt, which you need to use your battery monitor. In my set up the battery monitor I'm using is a Tri-Metric 2025-RV from Bogart Engineering, however Mangnum Energy makes a battery monitor as well as other mnaufacturers All TT positive connections are now on the out going post of the 400 amp fuse, all negative connections are now on the inverter side of the 500 amp shunt. Those negative & positive connections were on the battery post directly prior to this install.
Picture Added 07-31-2014 11:50 AM
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