I have joined the club ! And yes I have lost my mine !

1951M1078

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Two panels installed. What a pain.
Do NOT us old Sika ! My bad but I got it in April. Stored at 45 deg. +-. And it would almost not come out.( after letting come to room temp ) Then BOOM ! It is now coming out every where !
Don't forget your rubber gloves !

Maybe the next two panels will go better !
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Oh, and having a roof hatch is the best ! And later it will help with keeping the panels clean .
 

Reworked LMTV

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Reworked LMTV

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Going to invert to 120 for AC stuff and the mini-split AC unit.
Also going to convert some to 12 volt .
At the higher voltages, be sure to physically separate the wiring of the 2 voltages widely. GFCI and arc fault breakers are typically used. The smaller splits will do 120, but around 18k, you will need 220. Take a look at National Electric Code, particularly the area of bonding vs grounding. There actually is an RV electrical code somewhere on the internet.
 
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