Mine is on the bench right now trying to figure out how it's all going to fit. It is WAY too tall to be standing upright anywhere in our TT.The victon Multiplus II I ordered the end of May came yesterday. Time to measure roof order panels and rest of stuff to go solar. Have the Battery Cells for 2 310 AH LiFePO4 batteries on hand and the BMSs for them
By the time you include the cable/ventilation spacing, it is a lot taller than 21". Just my rough measurements, but seemed like it needed at least 30" if you are going to allow for the 10cm of air flow spacing specified.I am 1800 miles from home and have not seen it yet. When I get home will where to put it then put the batteries some place that makes sense and minimizes 12 volt heavy current runs. Thinking the solar charge controllers will be easy and not really distance critical like the main battery cables to the Multi plus unit. Just did the dimensions it is roughly 21.5 x 11 x 6 I may stick it in the current battery location.
By the time you include the cable/ventilation spacing, it is a lot taller than 21". Just my rough measurements, but seemed like it needed at least 30" if you are going to allow for the 10 cm of air flow spacing specified.
Wish I had the space to mount vertically. You're lucky. Would have simplified a lot of the installation. Mine will be on its side, so I'll be adding two fans, one drawing air in, the other pushing it out of the compartment.The current battery compartment has something like a 19 inch door and a large void above and below the door so there is plenty of vertical space and also good ventilation as the bottom is open to the environment. I am assuming the unit must be mounted vertically and not on its side.