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andy29847 05-16-2021 06:08 PM

Coach Power Components Drawing
 
It was one of the best days of the year weather wise here is South Carolina. Naturally, I spent 15 minutes outside and the rest of the time watching TV and playing on my computer. One of the things I had wanted to do was make a drawing of the different power components of my coach, and how they inter-connected. This a is a follow on from re-wiring my batteries last month. I haven't tried to show all the wires, just how the components connect to each other. Look it over. Let me know if you see a mistake. Suggestions are welcome.

https://photos.smugmug.com/Other/Alp...ng%20Ac-X3.png

paul65k 05-16-2021 10:05 PM

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Originally Posted by andy29847 (Post 5753903)
It was one of the best days of the year weather wise here is South Carolina. Naturally, I spent 15 minutes outside and the rest of the time watching TV and playing on my computer. One of the things I had wanted to do was make a drawing of the different power components of my coach, and how they inter-connected. This a is a follow on from re-wiring my batteries last month. I haven't tried to show all the wires, just how the components connect to each other. Look it over. Let me know if you see a mistake. Suggestions are welcome.

https://photos.smugmug.com/Other/Alp...ng%20Ac-X3.png

Pretty good:thumb:

andy29847 05-18-2021 02:17 PM

I wish I could edit my first post. I learned form another thread that there was an error in my drawing. The power feed for the Dc panel does not go to the inverter/charger. It goes to the house side of the main house fuse.

https://photos.smugmug.com/Other/Alp...ng%20Ac-X3.png


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