This boat has an interesting electrical system
She has a 50 amp, 230 VAC shore power
A 3000 watt Victron inverter charger
A 5.5 kw Next Gen gen set.
The panel is set up for leg a and leg b.
The inverter charger
has 1 input and 2 outputs.
Leg 1 and the gen set are on a switch to feed the inverter.
Leg 2 or shore power
goes directly to the switching for b panel, along with the 2nd output from the inverter.
Leg B on the panel is 3 A/C units, water
heater, and the washer dryer combo unit.
There is only power on that leg is she is on shore power or the gen set is running.
Leg A of the panel will operate off of shore power or the gen set, thru the inverter, or on the inverter alone off of the batteries.
We have a 900 amp hr house bank that chargers off off both engine thru a Balmar
Crossfielder 2 system when the engines are running, and have 870 watts of solar charging
that bank as well.
The starting batteries charge off of the house bank thru Balmar
Digital Duo Chargers.
If the house bank fails, the alternators can be switched to charge the start batteries, and you can switch the house loads to back up off of one of the start batteries for lights and navigation
heater has a heat exchanger
off the starboard main engine, and 2 solar panels
to heat the water when you are anchored.
It is a neat system, I just want it to work as designed, I have alot of time in it.