AC Power to Inverter and then to Subpanel in a 5th Wheel
I am wrapping up a couple last minute details before I start my solar install on my 5ht whel. I am using a Magnum MS2812 inverter and was wanting to feed it in their "dual in-dual out" config where you route 2x30A breaker/feed into the inverters transfer switch circuit and then it routes the 3x30A to the sub-panel. My 50A power center can't handle more than a 20A breakers per spec so I am looking at options. One is setting up a new main panel setup that can handle the 2x30A breaker and moving my AC breakers to this panel and then feed the inverter/sub-panel circuit from there. I was wondering if there was any other options/suggestions to reduce the amount of rewiring and space taken up by putting in 2 AC panels (new main and a sub). Is using two 2x15A dual breakers, one on each leg of the power center to feed the inverter circuit, tying each 15A pair together to create the two 30A legs at the inverter, a viable option? Another thought is tying into the main 50A incoming and running into something like a MidNite BabyBox with a 2x50 or 2x30A input breaker and then a 2x30A out doable? Other ideas?