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10/3 AWG UL 1426 (The Real Thing) Triplex Flat Marine Wire - Tinned Copper Boat Cable - 20 Feet - White PVC Jacket

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UL 1426 wire is required by the US Coast Guard for all boat wiring and is verified through inspection High strand count tinned copper conductor (Type III) for low resistance, high conductivity and protection from corrosion High grade PVC insulation resists moisture, flame, acid, alkali, oil and gasoline Meets SAE, ABYC, UL and Coast Guard requirements, 600 volts, 105°C dry, 75°C wet

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gregoryx mentioned in Wiring a Multiplus 3000

That sounds like maybe mixing up the DC and AC wiring? The DC stuff would need to be pretty large since the amperage is ten times as high (plus overhead) as the AC. But the AC would handle the full 3kW with 10awg (for 10-15 feet or whatever). Sounds like you got it working; but it didn't need to be that difficult. Might ... more

PDub mentioned in Wiring a Multiplus 3000

So, I'll admit I know enough to know I don't know that much. The Multiplus installation guide from Victron states The terminal blocks can be found on the printed circuit board, see Appendix A. The shore or mains cable must be connected to the Multi with the aid of a three-wire 90ºC (194ºF) copper cable. Minimum torque 5.1Nm. ... more
Vans are more like cars or boats than to houses so either stick to SAE or ABYC E11 standards, especially if your van is somewhere with salt or a lot of moisture. Here are two good ... more

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