Re: Built in solar connection
I am a huge fan of having solar on my RV. I had a 200 watt system on my last TT. I was excited to see the "wired for solar" connection on my new Keystone. It seemed impossible to find any information about that the connection meant. What size wire? Controller? Fuse? Its not written in the manual, and nobody seems to have an answer. I cant follow the wores from the connection since they are in my wall of my thru compartment in the front. I have no idea where the wires go.
After all this, I just bypassed and setup my own quick connect system with a direct connection to the battery, to a controller, to my panel. I highly suggest this as it has worked great and is a much better solution and probably get a better charge than through some random connection.
Until I can find a definitive explanation of what is in the wall and connected to this connection I will continue to use my own setup.
If anyone want to know, RENOGY makes a great folding, portable solar solution that you don't have to permanently connect to the roof. After using this I like it a lot more than my previous TT that had a permanent system on the roof. This gives you flexibility to move the panels into sun when they would normally be in the shade.