Originally Posted by Kdruva
Just curious if I wired this correctly as far as house wiring. I looked at the wiring in my actual home and it looked like neutral and earth were wired together. I have my inverter Live wire going to one line of breakers and then bridged over to the other one for the breakers on that line. One question I do have if this in fact correct is whether or not to link my inverter body's ground to the bus frame and also the neutral/earth bar of the home breaker panel to the frame of the bus as well. Thanks in advance!
Looking at the pic of your panel and it is not correct.
You have the Neutral and the Ground bonded. They should be isolated in your bus panel.
Also, you have no "Main" breaker or disconnect on the incoming line. I don't know that it is an absolute necessity but I would certainly want a way to de-energize the panel without having to go outside and unplug.
If you look at your home panel they will be bonded and that is correct but not in your bus/RV panel.
As far as grounding the inverter to the bus frame: yes. Although I have heard of some folks having strange issue when plugging inverters with auto transfer switches into GFI protected receptacles when doing this. They contacted the inverter manufacturer to resolve the issue.
The Neutral should not be bonded to the frame.