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300-600Ah Battery Bank – 600w-1200w Solar – 3000w Inverter – DC-DC Charger Wiring Diagram

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300-600Ah Battery Bank – 600w-1200w Solar – 3000w Inverter – DC-DC Charger Wiring Diagram

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This is a High-Resolution PDF of the wiring diagram found here: https://www.explorist.life/3000w-inverter-400-600ah-400-to-1200w-solar-camper-solar-kit/

If you’re looking for a wiring diagram that is more zoom-in / print-off friendly than what is in the above link, this is what you are looking for.

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Chris Stewart

Thursday 29th of April 2021

This wiring diagram calls for an isolated DC-DC Charger. I have 2 Victron Orion-Tr Smart 12/12-Volt 360W DC-DC Chargers, non-isolated. Will they still work with this design?

Johnnie Thomas

Tuesday 6th of April 2021

I thought you had a 4, 300 watt each panel array using a 2000 watt inverter diagram but can't find it again. Please help

Mark Topping

Sunday 7th of February 2021

Hey Nate. Great tutorials. I’m going to buy your wiring diagram I believe for the 300-600 ah as I want to make sure I have enough power down the road. My question is how do you figure out what size system is right without going way overboard? I do understand it’s adding up all my electrical loads I will be putting in. I’m looking at a water heater, 2 burner induction cooktop,12 volt frig, webasto heater, on board compressor, airmaxx fan, possible AC unit in the future, and lighting and convenience 12 volt and 120v outlets.

I am an electrician by trade but never in the solar and dc to ac conversation so I do have a fair amount of knowledge. I figured since you have it dialed in, why reinvent the wheel.

I do plan on using all victron components with battle born and the 4 panel system by renogy. I do like the idea of the Bluetooth connected device to monitor the system so running the gauge for reading the status I’d like to leave out if possible.

I do have all your products in my Amazon list for when I do start. Thanks for that.

Anyway thanks again

Mark

Nate Yarbrough

Monday 8th of February 2021

Sure! Here is a tutorial that will teach you how much battery capacity you will need based on your daily energy demands: https://youtu.be/a406IxiU-Xg

John dugan

Sunday 17th of January 2021

What if i have a generator to hook up also with shore power. Go to buss bar before going into charge controller

Nate Yarbrough

Monday 18th of January 2021

If this is a portable generator, you would just plug your shore power cord into the generator instead of the shore power pedestal.