How To Install An Inverter In An RV

Make Sure You’ve Bought A Compatible Inverter

Before you do anything else, make sure that the inverter you’ve purchased is compatible with your RV.

Read the Manufacturer’s Manual

Now that you have a compatible inverter, read the manufacturer’s manual for more detailed installation instructions. This will provide important information about what is needed for installation.

Gather Necessary Parts

Gather all the necessary parts needed to complete the installation. This includes items such as wire, conduit, mounting hardware and connectors.

Choose A Location to Install The Inverter

Choose an appropriate place to mount the inverter such as inside a cabinet or in the garage. Make sure to secure it firmly in place with bolts and/or screws.

Grounding An RV Inverter

Grounding an RV inverter is essential as it reduces the risk of electric shock or damage to the appliance.


The manufacturer’s instructions will indicate the correct fuse size, and you should follow their guidance.

Safety Tips#1

– Always disconnect the battery bank power supply before installing the inverter. – Always use the correct size wires and fuses. –Always read the manufacturer’s installation instructions before you begin.

Safety Tips#2

– Be clear about the grounding/earthing requirements for your inverter. – Use a qualified electrician if you are not confident.

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