Originally Posted by macnanday
Hey Smitty, what was the reason for doing that? I have looked at that inverter and I like the fact it will produce a pure sine wave. But, was told by changing the inverter you lose all the controls up in the cabin, etc.
Ya know, now that I think about it, I've had the inverter off for the last month or so. I wonder if that will stop the battery from charging. ??
We were going thru the electrical all up, adding solar panels, new HiFi and TV, etc. Some my electric gear is more sensitive then I wished to run on modified sine wave, thus the jump to the PSW unit. And yeah, we swapped out all of the related inverter/charger components, including the BMK Meter which has worked well for us.
In the overall scheme of things, needing to swap out the related inverter parts was not that much of a hit
I did consider just adding a secondary PSW and to feed one or to circuit breakers. But elected to keep it KISS, and go with a unit that was robust enough to cover our needs ahead.
Sold the still working fine OEM inverter/charger, etc. - to a gent that was adding it into his home built trailer. Good for him, and it helped defer some of the costs on the stuff for me.