Originally Posted by jparsons121
DC side looks ok. For the AC side, are you redirecting your shore power to the inverter and then using the inverter to pass-thru current when plugged in?
You are missing the bonding connection between the AC panel , the Ac output ground and the inverters case earth (which you do show going to the neg buss/engine block).
Sorry for 20 questions, this is my first boat, but Iím not new to the automotive mechanical area; I do understand itís completely different from vehicles. Iím trying to do everything the correct way to keep my family and myself safe. I guess I have become very paranoid in the last couple days as I saw a news story of a boat exploding because the fart fan wasnít turned on in the engine room, and then my sister and her family were on a friends boat (all adults are in their 40ís) a few days later, and the same thing happened, they insisted the exhaust fan was on though,however it burned all of her arm hairs off, she was that damn close!
I am also connecting the TnT pump to the starter , wiring it parallel for power, unless you think thats bad. I have learned since posting this that I also need to wire my alternator to the house bat otherwise ill cause a relay cycling with the acr.
Is it overkill to put another 300anl fuse on start bat also? I have redrawn my wire diagram, when i get home Iíll snap another picÖit includes the ac panel
Also is it necessary to fuse the cables coming from the ACR (the +)to the battery, since I will have a fuse on the negative for the ACR is it really necessary to fuse the other ones?
So after re-reading the manual, its only necessary to fuse the acr (+) cables incase there was physical damage caused to themÖ
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