I'm setting up my Dehler 39 for living on with the wife. I have 2x260ah 12v fullriver AGM
sealed house batteries
and a seperate start battery
. They are in parallel, so 520ah at 12v. The STBD battery
with nothing else connected to it is connected through to the PORT house battery (approx 2000mm away on the other side of the engine
compartment). The PORT battery is the one that then runs to the VICTRON BMV712 shunt etc. My STBD aft cabin
is our storage
, and therefore I want to wire in my 1000w Pure Sine Wave Inverter
there tucked away.
With all that out of the way, I would like to draw the positive for the inverter
off my STBD battery (approx 800mm away from inverter location) and then run the negative through to the PORT side approx 2000mm away to the Victron Shunt so i can measure output etc etc. Is there any issues with this? I can't personally think of any problems, but then I'm no electrician. Both batteries
are connected in parallel so it seems simple enough...but? Any tips, tricks or ideas?
Thank you in advance!