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NV200 wiring diagram download!
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Hello! My name is Evan and this is my guide to off-grid electrical systems for any camper van or RV. I designed and built this van with the help of my dad. This van is completely off-grid with a fully self-sustaining electrical system. I also design and built the Mercedes Sprinter van that you see in the video too. It has a 3000W inverter and 480W worth solar panels. It can run an air conditioner while off-grid because of the big lithium battery bank. I lived out of my Nissan NV200 for a whole year in San Francisco and currently live in Santa Cruz.
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0:41 Solar Panels
3:10 Shore Power
3:50 Power Generation Summary
4:44 Battery Chemistry
6:03 Power Storage Summary
8:01 Options for AC power
8:48 DC Only System