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1) Beyond the Xantrex Freedom XC inverter-charger system and the Battle Born LiFePO4 batteries, supplies needed include 2/0-gauge battery cable with terminals and heat shrink, fuse, subpanel and GFCI breakers, Romex, wire nuts, electrical tape, junction box, spray-foam insulation and screws. 2) For the AC wiring that runs up to the inverter and back to the subpanel, we used 10/4 GA SJEOOW cable, which is well protected for use in the trailer’s enclosed underbelly. 3) We removed the two 15-amp breakers in the main box for the outlets and microwave, and replaced them with a single 30-amp breaker with 10-amp Romex to the new subpanel, where it was connected to the 10/4 cable to the inverter.
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