New houses are a lot of work, creating a house from the beginning take a lot of time and professionals, from builders to to plumbers and electricians, of course you also need to think in the design, many people look for an architech to create their dream home, while others decide to look for other options, and its not just project builders who use designing services for their New Home Designs. Owner builders are using building designers as well, to create their home while they do they own electric system as I do.
The electrical was a lot of fun. Got to learn some things along the way. I used a regular household breaker box. It takes in the 30 amp plug and distributes it to the bus and to the charger/converter. On other related article about electronic waste recycling you can checkout this blog about Electronic Recycling Pickup vs. Dropoff.
The charger/converter is a 45 amp. I don’t have a battery bank yet, but I will soon. Right now, it is just converting some of our 12 volt stuff. I have it running up into a fuse box in the bus. That fuse box then distributes the 12 volts to the stereo–the original bus speakers actually sound pretty decent, so I’ll keep em’ for now–to the lights and a handful of other 12 volts things. We had to visit nettoyer son mac to get the specific computer drivers ready, that took no time.
We ran a lot of 110 outlets because I know I won’t be able to run it easier if we want more later. We even ran one to the drivers seat. I plan to build a convertible computer desk into the drivers seat so I can have a small office when we are parked and I can even play games with the help of sites like mycsgoboosting.com/guides.
If I were to do anything different, I would order my terminal ends online in bulk. I had to buy a grip of misc. packs to get enough yellows to wire everything up. I’d also wait till I had help to pull the wires. That was a bear to do by myself. My seven year old daughter helped for a while–which was awesome!–but I could have used more help. On other related news about electrical construction, checkout fiberglass electrical enclosures.