might have allready been asked, but I have a couple quick questions
I am planning on wiring a 12v deep cycle battery such that it is connected in parrallell with the main bus batteries a few seconds after turning the bus on (and disconected when bus is off). I want to do this with a solenoid and delay timer as shown in the diagram, do yall see any issues with directly connecting the batteries like this?
I have done some funky stuff in an attempt to be able to switch from the inverter as a power source to shore power as a power source. I am really trying to keep things cheap as im sure yall can tell.. I know it looks dumb having an invertor connected to a converter, but if i can keep the converter from actually converting when the inverter is the source, I think its the simplest option.. Im wondering, if I were to break that circuit of the 12v's going to battery, would there still be a draw from the converter? I feel like there would not be but maybe there are some sort of losses in the transformer or something like that. maybe I could figure out a way to switch it off before it goes to the transformer..?