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Date Registered: 10-2005
Location: Orange. NSW.
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Rear electical system


Hey guys.

 Just in time for the Newnes trek, I have been busy designing a new rear system to house my electrical system, outputs, inverter and fridge.

 As you can see in the pics, I still have the fridge slide for my 40 litre Engel, as well as side mounting system for all the electrics. I have run the main wire in from the aux. engine fuse using heavy gauge wire to limit voltage drop. Currently the rear fuse box in under the inverter, but I will soon move it to below the two 12v outputs for easier access.

 So, on top the red box is a 12vdc to 240vac inverter, with two 240vac outputs.
 On the front of the are two 12vdc marine grade outputs, for running aux lighting etc.

 Each of these is individually fused for safety reasons.

 I have also added an analogue aux. battery monitor so I can keep an eye on the battery levels from the rear and not have to check the digital cabin monitor.

 Overall, I'm pleased with the result, but it may change a little through use and finding what works best.

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Date Registered: 10-2006
Location: Mona Vale, Sydney, AUSTRALIA
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Re: Rear electical system


Hi Brett,

What's in the box ?
A second battery perhaps ?
Sure looks big enough to have one emoticon

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