Everything you need to install an inverter in an RV camper.

Before You Start Your RV Inverter Installation Make Sure You’ve Bought A Compatible Inverter

Not all inverters are compatible with every RV electrical setup, so you must buy a model suitable for your needs.

Make sure: it outputs the correct voltage (110v or 240v), requires the correct input voltage (12v or 24v) and is a pure sine wave version if you’re running  electronics

Read the Manufacturer’s Manual It may seem obvious, but the best source of specific information.

An RV inverter is an electrical device, so it’s crucial to install it in a dry area, well away from any water source.

Inverters convert DC current to AC. AC current can harm (or even kill), so it’s best not to mess up the installation. Grounding your RV inverter is critical to your safety.

The manufacturer’s instructions will indicate the correct fuse size, and you should follow their guidance. If the manufacturer doesn’t choose an alternative brand.

The manufacturer’s instructions should also dictate the correct wire sizes to use over specific distances. Aim to use the largest wire size to reduce voltage losses.

Use a qualified electrician if you are not confident to install one yourself.


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