What kind of solar/electrical system do you need in your rig? We recommend a 3-part evaluation.

Step 1: Figure out your needs with a load calculation. We have a detailed blog post including sample load calculations you can use for this step. This exercise will really help you with the next two steps!

Step 2: Make a foundational decision on the type of system you'll be building. We've narrowed this down for you to three basic approaches - all of which use lithium type batteries and each one has a detailed blog post, free example wiring diagram, and a discounted Victron Energy product bundle that you can configure to your specific needs. You'll save a bundle with our bundles! You can think of this as the primary components.

Step 3: Add on the "accessories" that you need for your particular system with our discounted accessories bundle that includes everything from shore power inlets to circuit protection and wiring. These are the products that will tie everything together into a fully functional power system!


Power System Accessories Bundle


Our discounted power system accessories bundle has options for all of the products you need to wire up your electrical system. Only the best, road-tested components are offered here. We recommend pairing this accessory bundle with one of our power system product bundles – each of which includes a detailed blog post and a free example camper van wiring diagram that we recommend you use as a guide to what accessories you need.

All of these products are for sale individually in our store.

Please scroll down to toward the bottom of the page, in the description, to see photos and a link to each product offered in this bundle.

You may also be interested in our electronics and monitoring products.

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Note: you may also need some tools or small items such as lugs or heat shrink that we don’t sell in our store. We have some recommendations on these items from Amazon in this Google Sheet.

1) Circuit Protection & Distribution

We recommend having a main disconnect switch between your battery bank and the rest of your system. In many case you'll use a manual switch like the options below. If you're using a Victron Lynx Smart BMS, it has it's own built-in "contactor" (switch).

This option adds a heavy duty Blue Sea 5503 ANL fuse holder (rated for up to 750 amps) and a Blue Sea 5136 400 amp ANL fuse that can be used as you main system fuse.

We like the Furrion combination 12 volt DC and 120 volt AC load center because of how it combines all your branch circuit protection into one elegant, panel-mounted box with a cover. The 12 volt DC circuits are wired up to the right side with standard, automotive (ATC) fuses for each circuit (up to 15 circuits). The 120 volt AC circuits are wired up to the left side with a spot for the main breaker and 6x breakers for branch circuits. Check out the full details on the product page.

Each of the 4x positive terminals on the Lynx Distributor is protected with a Mega fuse. Would you like to add some fuses to your bundle?

2) Shore Power Wiring

The Furrion 30 amp shore power inlets are nice looking, long lasting, easy to install and have a blue LED light indicating when the shore power is live. Generally installed onto the side wall of your rig but can be mounted into a bumper area or even below your rear doors. Check out the details and photos of the white or black versions.

We recommend including this breaker in your system to prevent any damage from a potentially faulty shore power supply. In our example wiring diagrams, it's wired between the shore power inlet and the AC input on the Victron MultiPlus inverter/charger.

Add a 25 foot, 30 amp shore power cable with LED power indicator light from Furrion.

3) Wire

  • Options/Add-Ons Price: $0.00
  • Base Price: $15.00
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