Was supposed to be a drop in replacement for an Elixir 25 New case was actually 1/2 inch too tall and 1/2 inch too narrow The 1/2 inch piece cut of the bottom fit nicely on the side with a little glue and a couple of screws to make a nice tight fit. Wiring was straight forward on both the 120v and 12v sides, unit seems to run well .
I have installed a couple of these now in small vintage trailers. The unit is more that enough to run all the 12V and 110V for a smaller 10-18ft trailer. This unit does come with the 12V negative pre-wired, some other units by PD do not. Wires are clearly labelled for the 12V fuse locations. Some extras you may consider buying at the same time are the not included 30A main breaker and the 15A breaker to power the converter. Consider using 2 pole breakers to double your slots. Other items you might consider getting are a 12V common busbar to manage your negative wires and a 12V Terminal Block for the positive side. A manual and a lifetime warranty card for and additional $100 is included.
Used this to replace a 1998 power converter which had 1 AC and 4 DC circuits (using those old glass barrel fuses). Hookup was easy and simple. Weighs about 1/4 what the old one did & saved a ton of room behind the cabinet it was in. Note: does NOT include breakers or fuses.
We are using this in a Boler trailer that we are renovating. Plenty of circuits - both 110 and 12V. I wish the instructions would have stated that there are two, 12 volt battery lines on it. Did not know what the other line was for.
Awesome unit just need more info when hooking it up charge back wire and first fused slot both have red wire and rest of fused slots are one color so risky hooking up as I didn’t fill all slots I didn’t use first slot