Tuesday, January 15, 2019

12-Volt Distribution

7:31 am:
In preparation of running the 12-volt DC lines, yesterday I mounted my West Marine distribution panel.

Also, I mounted the Renogy 40 amp battery charge controller on the same wall frame.

On the kitchen counter side of my living quarters, I need to send 12-volts to the water pump, Nova Kool refrigerator and under cabinet lighting. Also, 120-volt AC to the microwave oven.

The low voltage reading on the Renogy is 
because it is very rainy this morning.


7:59 am:
Box Van's roof is in pretty good condition. However, lately, it has been rainy around here for several days. Some rainwater does come inside!

I do not let myself get upset by rain leaks. Soon the rain will stop. 😎






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11 comments:

  1. You might be able to patch up those leaks with some Eternabond tape.

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    1. Croft,

      I do not know the location of the leaks.

      George

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  2. If you find the leaks use self leveling decor then you’ll be dry as a bug In a snug rug

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    1. Ed,

      As I commented to Croft, I do not know the location of the leaks

      George

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    2. The next time you go over to Mr. John’s house take the Water hose One side at a time just let it run along the leading edge of the four corners
      Where u Haven’t covered the ceiling you should have a fair idea where that water is coming it should give you a clue

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  3. How do you keep air circulating and rid of odors? You have cooking, bathroom, body, and new stuff odors permeating a small space.

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    1. Bev,

      So far, no problems with odors.

      If odors are ever a problem, I'll attend to it then.

      George

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    2. Or you've gotten "nose blind." :)

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  4. Hi George, I dont recall, did you install a fantastic fan in roof ? not necessarily for odors but to move hot air from inside up and out. I have one in my Roadtrek and its very useful. On another note, you say you're not installing any windows, what are your fire escape plans ? rear roll up door ? how about if you need to lock it for security reasons? a fire in the cab area leaves you only the rear door for escape. I gather you have installed a inside door release so you can raise the door ? do you have any fire extinguishers on hand ?

    Ray
    Annapolis Md U.S.A

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    1. Ray,

      I have not done any planning for escape in the case of a fire at nite.

      George

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