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    • You can't wire the power inputs to accessory switches, because they draw a lot of power.  If the inverter has an on/off input, as many do, then you can drive that from any switch-only power.  That uses very little power.  The other option is a high-power relay.  Whatever watts it is rated for, divide by 12 and that's the amps you need to supply.  
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