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Old 07-02-2019, 02:44 AM   #1
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Lightbulb Electrical diagram review

Hi all,

I've got 2006 Dodge Sprinter 2500 144". I'm planning on adding an aux battery that charges off the alternator via isolator. I have pretty minimal usage requirements (lights, low power fridge, fan, laptop) that will likely only be running on/off throughout the day, if at all. I'm not so well versed in these sort of power setups but after a lot of research I think I've got a plan. I drew out a diagram to organize everything. Any feedback/suggestions/warnings/etc are welcome! Just trying to avoid blowing up the whole rig...

I've listed out the specific products, wire gauges, cable lengths, etc in the diagram. If there's anything I can add to clarify or make this easier to understand let me know!

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