I have tracked down the right power invertervto run my residential fridge. It is 1000 watt pure sign Marino inverter with flow through 110 AC.
Now best place to locate this so I have access to the batteries the 110 circuit and the fridge. Any helpful suggestions would be appreciated.
If you would please add your camper to your signature it helps others to know what camper you are working on. As to the inverter the closer to the batteries the better to reduce loss on the 12 volt side. But also you want easy access to it. I have a 1500 watt inverter that we use to run the tv on when we dry camp. It is one i had from my job. It is mounted in the trunk next to the battery compartment and we run a cord to the tv.
Hopefully someone with a Seville will respond.
2005 Cruiser 29CK
2008 GMC 2500hd 4x4
Crew cab Long bed 6.0 gas
4.10 gear ratio
Hi, in our 2011 Seville 35CK the 1500 watt pure sine inverter is mounted on the passenger side, basement roof(floor, if inside the trailer) about 10 inches back of the wall to the battery compartment. It is only a bit lower than the aluminum floor joists(?) so rarely in the way. We also have a static transfer switch mounted to the wall of the battery compartment plus a big fuse if something really bad happens. We can run our fridge on 120 volts pretty much all day when traveling- two older solar panels charging the batteries. For some reason 12 volt charging from the truck has never been set up. Use big cables from your batteries 2 gauge anyway.
The bigger inverter gives us a little cushion if we want to run something else also. I would go even bigger if I was starting over.
Hope this helps.
I don't know exactly where the 120 v line from the inverter goes from memory but this unit has a static transfer switch which automatically switches the 120v between the shore power and the inverter. I am not sure how the pass through of the Marinco unit would work but you seem to have that figured out. The Marinco could be a simpler solution and easier install..