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good day everyone what im wanting to do here is to build a sort of bypass system for my rv. im installing an inverter but only want to energize certain circuits ie tv stereo computer type of thing. i dont want to install dedicated plugs so i am planning on putting in a dpdt 40amp power relay. i know how to wire it as a transfer switch breaking the hot and neutral but this way i would need 1 relay for each circuit. is there a way i can just break the hots and feed the neutral from the inverter into the rv panel. i would need a way to prevent feedback to the inverter and this is where im stuck. any thoughts or suggestions on how to do this efficiently would be greatly appreciated thanks.
 

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good day everyone what im wanting to do here is to build a sort of bypass system for my rv. im installing an inverter but only want to energize certain circuits ie tv stereo computer type of thing. i dont want to install dedicated plugs so i am planning on putting in a dpdt 40amp power relay. i know how to wire it as a transfer switch breaking the hot and neutral but this way i would need 1 relay for each circuit. is there a way i can just break the hots and feed the neutral from the inverter into the rv panel. i would need a way to prevent feedback to the inverter and this is where im stuck. any thoughts or suggestions on how to do this efficiently would be greatly appreciated thanks.
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