noteven Posted September 8, 2019 Report Share Posted September 8, 2019 (edited) I have a diode isolator under the hood on my camper truck, with battery cables run through a marine circuit breaker to an Anderson quick connector. On my previous truck camper the battery compartment was near the front on the driver side. I disconnected the 12v wire in the camper connecting 7 way cord and run the cables directly to the camper batteries. This setup supplied sufficient amps to operate the fridge on DC when driving and keep the batteries charged. New camper is a Cirrus 820. The fridge will not stay operating on LP when driving, and the DC mode puts a strain on the OEM DC arrangement. It has the batteries in the right lower rear, as far away from the alternator as possible. 😀 The converter is in the step to the bed overhead. Should I run new cables from the isolator all the way to the batteries, or can I connect at the converter? I’m thinking cable to the batteries... Edited September 8, 2019 by noteven Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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