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Posted: 01/11/22 05:05pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Anyone install the MultiPlus II?


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Nope, but it is on my shortlist should I have a failure of the inverter/charger. The other one I'd consider is Outback.


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TechWriter wrote:

Anyone install the MultiPlus II?


As to the multi-plus I’m signing up with PT [emoticon] (assuming my ProSine 2.0 ever goes south??), but would opt for the 3000…You might also check at Youtube.

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3 tons wrote:

TechWriter wrote:

Anyone install the MultiPlus II?

As to the multi-plus I’m signing up with PT [emoticon] (assuming my ProSine 2.0 ever goes south??), but would opt for the 3000…You might also check at Youtube.

Yep. That's the bad boy I'm talking about.

Discovered the MultiPlus II from one of the videos on the All About RVs YouTube Site. Two months later he followed up with an install video.

I also like Chad Heiser's stuff. He confirmed that the MultiPlus II can be wired directly to a 50A electrical panel.


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Nope, but it is on my shortlist should I have a failure of the inverter/charger. The other one I'd consider is Outback.

Does the Outback allow direct connection to the main electrical panel?

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Does the Outback allow direct connection to the main electrical panel?


I don't know but the radian series allows dual AC inputs. That would suit me to a T. It is a hybrid as well.

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