So i just droped about 8k on my system and there are things i could have done cheaper but here it is
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I set them up in series parallel. Two panels in series with six sets in parallel for a 24 volt system. When I first ran wiring I wasn't considering series vs parallel if you go series he can go with thinner wire with a higher voltage to your solar charge controller but if there's any Shadow on any of the panels will kill all your power production so I wanted to go parallel but that would have required extremely heavy wire so I went for The Best of Both worlds what is a series parallel combo.
Batteries I want with it l16 re Trojans which weighs about a thousand pounds which I wasn't really thinking about at the time and is on one side currently but if you have the ability I would spread load over the vehicle. These are 6 volt batteries that I did as series parallel 4 batteries to make a 24 volt and then two units in parallel in retrospect I would have put one 24 volt the unit on one side and the other 24 volt unit on the other side fortunately I have a heavy ass wood stove to compensate.
Also the eight batteries that are just about a thousand pounds I didn't realize that I would have to manufacture my own battery slide out because on Amazon the heaviest one I could find was 500 pounds so I had to take some angle iron Mill little slots in it and stuff it full of ball bearings also in the location that it's at there is very little clearance which requires a battery slide out and consider if you have led acid he will have to to keep the water topped off fortunately I installed an irrigation system so it's easy to keep the water topped off
The last picture as you can see I put an on-off switch on top of the roof where the panels are I later realized this box and in place of the on/off switch replaced it with 12 volt DC Breakers I was advised that if something happens to one of the solar panels you don't want all the other solar panels feeding electricity into it so now they're Breakers keeping different series separate from each other initially the on-off switch was to prevent any catastrophic events if a male were to go through my single outgoing from the roof to the PV charge controller
I don't have any more good pictures at the time right now but I have a magnum energy AC charge controller / inverter it's the 2440 re which after doing a little more research and talking to him I should have gotten the 2440 m they're m stands for mobile and it has some sort of bunch of technical words for isolating the ground and making it work when you're using your chassis as the negativefor the DC system and the chassis as the ground for the AC.
M PPT is going to be about a 25% more efficient PV charge controller than pwm unfortunately I initially thought a pwm and later upgraded to the mppt by outback and I have a 24 volt to 12 volt step down going from the battery Bank to my DC breaker panel for all the bus outlets and Lighting
Ps I'm on my phone and I just use voice to text so sorry for any confusion