OK here's the "tour" of the electrical system.
Four 245 Watt solar panels. Voltage and current obviously varies with the sun but the max input to the batteries is 50A at 14.5VDC.
Panels can be angled (when stationary) to increase the efficiency of the solar conversion.
Weather proof "Combiner box". All four panels are connected to the main buss bar via individual breakers. Output (through a conduit exiting the bottom of the combiner box) of the bus bar fed to the Magnum mini-panel (#2 in image below) and then to the solar controller (#5).
#1: Magnum 2800W Pure Sine Inverter using dual in / dual out configuration which supports 120V AC loads on the inverter and allows for 240V AC appliances to be supported on external power.
#2: Magnum Mini-panel; AC & DC breakers for Inverter and Battery bank connections
#3: Magnum Automatic Generator Starter (AGS) for truck mounted diesel 6000W diesel generator. Cummins generator utilizing Kubota diesel engine (?)
#4: 500 Ohm shunt for battery "health" monitor. There are actually two battery monitors on the system - a Trimetric and Magnum's BMK
#5: MPPT Solar controller
#6: Progressive Industries hardwired 50A EMS
#7: Main breaker panel
Electrical power stored in six L-16 AGM (glass mat technology) batteries for a total capacity of about 1200AH, which powers the residential refrigerator, microwave, convection gas range, etc., easily.
Transfer switch allowing use of rear mounted power cord reel or forward mounted Marinco twist lock plug.
Here are the main panel and the inverter sub-panel:
We have the control and monitor panel with
#1: Solar controller remote display and control
#2: Trimetric battery monitor
#3: EMS remote display
#4: Internal 12V fuse block
#6: Tank monitor
#7: Powered awning control
#8: Magnum ARC50 remote control for inverter, generator and BMK
#9: Slide out room controls
Tomorrow we'll tour the suspension and braking system...