48 volt subsystem?
I've tried searching the forums here for ideas on a 48 volt electrical system but I didn't find much.
It seems like a magical number for battery capacity, heating and cooling on a bus/coach conversion.
There are a lot of split air conditioning systems that only run on DC current.
High output DC alternators are common.
Batteries configured to store and discharge at 48 VDC are relatively economical
48 VDC to 120 VAC (and the other way around) is economical, due to the telecom, solar, and wind industry settling on 48 vdc.
Any thoughts on a 12VDC vehicle system and a 48 VDC deep well electrical system for storing solar, engine, generator, and mains?
Big consumers would then be air conditioning, refrigeration, lighting.
I think laundry will be a thing on our vehicle, but it's probably only going to happen with full rv hookup for waste water and mains power for the dryer and heating water.
I'm just trying to get a handle on what might work or not.