I am in the design phase to transform a sprinter 211 cdi, L1H1, everything a little tight !!!!, but perfect for use here in Europe and explore small towns, easy to park ... etc
But now I got to the point of doing the electrical project, which I'm not used to doing, I'm a civil engineer, I understand 220v AC circuits.
I wish you could help me with that part.
I'm Brazilian, but I also live a lot here in Portugal, where I'm going to do the conversation. Well, I started making a spreadsheet, with the necessary equipment and power, I have no intention of filling the camper with things, not least because it is an L1H1 sprinter, and I would like to have a simple electrical installation, but I don't want to have gas inside , so I prefer a stove with only one induction zone and to heat the water a D6 truma, which is diesel.
But from the calculations I made and compared to others I saw on the net, it seems that it ends up consuming a lot of power, with that it makes the electrical part expensive.
I don't want to spend so much only because of the induction.
In my calculations, it would have:
2 - lithium batteries of 100ah each
2 - solar panels of 100w each
1- 2000w inverter
1 - victron 100/30 controller
I don't know what equipment I would still need for everything to work.
In your opinion is this configuration sufficient to make quick meals and stay a day or two off-grid?
I will be grateful if you can help me, presenting an electrical diagram with the necessary equipment.
I am grateful if you answer.
Well, the result of the spreadsheet was:
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