- Air conditioner(s)
- TV/stereo systems
- Wall plugs for small appliances like coffee maker, blender, hair dryer, electric toothbrush, etc.
- Battery charger for the 12 volt system below
- The refrigerator can typically run on either 110 volt AC or propane gas.
- Most or all of the room lights (I recently changed all our interior lights to LEDs)
- Water pump to deliver fresh water from the storage tank to the faucets
- Furnace blower fan (with the heat provided by propane)
- Motors to operate the slide-out rooms
- Motors to operate the jacks that level and stabilize the RV when parked
- 12 volt plugs (like a cigarette lighter) to charge cell phones, tablets, etc.
- 2 ea. 140-watt solar panels
- Morningstar 30 Amp solar charge controller
- 2 ea. Trojan 6 volt batteries, wired in series to give 12 volts (225 Amp-hours total capacity)
- Xantrex 1000-watt pure sine wave inverter
- Bogert Engineering Trimetric Battery Meter
- Various wires, cables and brackets
|Batteries, meter and BIG cables|
|Charge controller (left) and inverter (right) and more big cables|