Verify boat schematic

Discussion in 'OnBoard Electronics & Controls' started by ryansabin, Mar 26, 2009.

  1. ryansabin
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    ryansabin New Member

    I am wiring my boat and was hoping somebody will take a look and let me know if I have it close. The only thing I have currently is the outboard motor. Everything else is negotiable. Thanks.
    Andiamo Schematic.jpg
     
  2. TedZ
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    TedZ Junior Member

    A few things. Make sure when you wire the AC input to the HF1000 that you pick the correct terminals. They are marked but not that clearly. The outlets obviously go to the AC output.

    Bag the 30 amp fuse on the DC in and out of the batteries. That fuse is not typically used. Xantrex does not show that fuse to the best of my knowledge.

    I don't know what happens if you open the battery switch when making AC. Typically, inverters don't like that but it might be fine...check with Xantrex.

    I assume the DC panel has a connection to ground.

    Other than those very minor items you did great in my view.

    Ted
     
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