Well I got things wired up...
My bus came with a Seon mobile surveillance system including a gps & wireless node. Since I don't have the controller for that and I have no use for the cameras, I removed the node from the roof the bus and ran my wires trhough that hole...That let me snake my wires behind all the panels very easily. Unfortunately this stupid "charge controller" will only charge the battery if it's above a 10V, so I have the panel wired directly to the battery until the voltage is up enough.
Also, being that I had no electricity I had to drive those self tapping screws in by hand with a screw driver
You can see the MC-4 connectors in the lower left of the overhead box and one of the Seon cameras
I mouned the controller on the back of the console behind the drivers seat. Those two black lines coming down to the left of the controller are from the solar panel
I spent quite a while trying to find a good place to run the battery wires down through the floor and into the back of the battery box..Finally I remember the air line for the drivers seat and it lines up perfectly with the battery box
And finally, it's alive
The voltage was up to 11.7 today but not enough CCA to turn the engine over yet. Should be good to go tomorrow