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Old 02-29-2016, 08:16 PM   #1
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Auto Genset Start/ME-AGS-N Install

I am installing a ME-AGS-N and am looking for some installation advice.

Am I better off installing it (1) in the bay with the inverter and running the temp sensor into the coach OR (2) in the control panel in the front of the coach behind the ME-RC remote?

If I install it behind the ME-RC can I split the phone line from from it going to the inverter (using a phone splitter) and plug the ME-AGS-N into the splitter? The install manual shows that configuration for a "Small Magnum inverter" but I'm not sure my Magnum MS-2012 is small.

What is the best place to tap into the genset start/stop and run signal? Genset on/off switch on dash, genset, other?

What is the best place to tap into the battery voltage? Battery, + block on the firewall, other?

I have a Fleetwood Expedition with a Magnum MS-2012 inverter and Onen 7500 genset.

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I would suggest you call Magnum inverters and talk to customer support. Good luck and keep us posted.
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