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    Power panel connected inverter

    Has anyone connected an inverter to the power panel to supply power to all the outlets? Here is the setup I have in mind. Four 6 volt lifeline AMG batteries, xantrex prowatt sw 1000 watt inverter, transfer switch, remote power switch and the various interconnecting fusing and cables. Does the power panel have a spot for another breaker or will I need to add another breaker box/panel?

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    I just installed a 1000 watt pure sign wave inverter. I'm only using twin 6V's so just wired it into the circuit that supplies the entertainment center. It also supplies the plugs either side of the couch and the one overhead beside the stovetop. The fridge is also on that circuit so I make sure it is switched to propane before using the invereter. I wired the breaker and inverter through a Kisae TS20 automatic transfer switch. Works great.
    Nick and Nancy
    Abbotsford BC
    2011 Ram 3500
    2015 Reflection 303RLs

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