Mechanical Battery Disconnect Recommendations
I have a 2006 Gulf Stream Tour Master T-40. It has 3 battery banks -- chassis, house, and inverter (to run the 110 residential fridge, etc.). It only has 2 battery disconnect solenoid systems -- chassis and 12v house. My 6v inverter batteries are directly connected to a Xantrex inverter/charger which drains them dry in short order, even when off. I'd like to install a heavy duty battery disconnect, but am looking for a mechanical solution (not a solenoid).
I want to make sure the switch/blade is rated high enough for the power draw from the batteries, but I have no idea how to figure that out.
Any recommendations on where to start?
2000 Gulf Stream Scenic Cruiser