- Jul 21, 2021
I live in Eastern North Carolina and own an RV. I would had prefer to have the dealer install Solar Panels on my RV, but unfortunately that didn't happen. I checked with several RV dealers in Wilmington and Raleigh area, and there didn't have the knowledge or wanted to help me. I found a guy who install solar panels in Wake Forest, but he is ready busy. He travel around to RV shows and currently taking orders from the RV shows. There is an RV Show in Raleigh at the end of August. I assume if you are busy, then you must be good. He haven't sent me quote, and I been waiting for 3 weeks. He stated in an early conversation that the soonest he could get to me is in Mid-Oct. I could wait until October, if I have idea of what he was going to install on my RV. I read "Mobile Solar Power Made Easy" and confidence I can do it myself. My youngest son is electrician and want to install a transfer switch for my house so I can switch to generator power incase of outage due to a storm. A transfer switch of house can not be that much difference than one for an RV. (Maybe I am over simplifying). What I am looking to install is a 400W system (parallel connect multiple in series group). The RV is solar prep, so the MC4 cable running into the basement (passthru). Is this something I can do with my son, or should I wait until the guys gets back. Can I wait? yes I am willing to wait, but not knowing is what driving to doing it myself. Any suggestions?