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Old 09-20-2022, 03:05 PM   #11
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Impressive setup! Thanks for sharing.
One thing that puzzled me in your photo is where you mounted the solar controller. I had no idea there was that much space back there when the shells are closed! I was looking all over for a place to install a simple solar connector, even underneath the camper, but decided not to bother after not seeing any good options. This would be a perfect location.

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Another place to consider for the inverter (and other components) is on the back of the camper, under the rear bed, It's great for keeping it cool. it's protected from the weather and it's totally covered when the roof is down. There's quite a bit of space between the back wall of the camper and the inside of the back wall on the rear roof.
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Old 09-20-2022, 07:02 PM   #12
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Impressive setup! Thanks for sharing.
One thing that puzzled me in your photo is where you mounted the solar controller. I had no idea there was that much space back there when the shells are closed! I was looking all over for a place to install a simple solar connector, even underneath the camper, but decided not to bother after not seeing any good options. This would be a perfect location.
The nice part about putting the solar controller in that spot is because it's easy to see so that you can keep an eye on what's going on.
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