Wiring an inverter (or 2) to a stand alone AC Breaker box
router102 Registered Users Posts: 5 ✭
Question.... I'm building the first phase of my off grid project. My battery bank and control panel will be located in a shed I constructed next to the house. I'm wanting to wire male receptacles to plug into the inverters (1 2500 watt MSW and 1 3000 watt PSW) with Romex 12/3 house wire, then tie them in to a stand alone AC breaker box mounted in a closet, with 4- 15 amp breakers, then from there I want to run a few outlets to various rooms in the house. That way I wouldn't have to go outside and unplug the cords to service anything, or have extension cords running from the shed to the house. I haven't been able to find much on the internet on how, or if, this can be done. Or a diagram/schematic of the proper way to wire the panel? Any help with this would be appreciated. Perhaps a site where they show how to wire the inverters to the box? Any thoughts?
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