When you have a solar power system in place, you can bring your RV wherever you want. You can even go off the grid and still have access to running lights, a refrigerator, and more. Not only that, but it is also eco-friendly, cost-effective, and low-maintenance. 

It can be hard to believe that this is even possible, but allow us to explain to you how this works.

Why You Should Use Solar Energy

Across the globe, solar has become known as the fastest-growing source of energy.  After all, it offers a clean and limitless supply of energy. On top of that, it is now as affordable as it has ever been.

People who go on trips on RVs are already interested in alternative lifestyles. If you truly want to take it another step further, you should invest in a solar power system. This will make it possible to go all out on your adventures and remain comfortable all the same. 

It is the best choice for people who want to go off the grid while still relying on necessary devices and electronics.

Components of an RV Solar Energy System

It is not easy to power the internal components of an RV. The system is made up of different parts that work together in order to retrieve, store, and deliver the energy required. Here are the different components of an RV solar energy system:

  • Solar panels
  • Cable energy plate
  • Solar controller
  • Inverter remote
  • Batteries
  • Inverter
  • Battery converter/charger
  • AC breaker panel
  • Transfer switch
  • Shore power

Power and Solar Inverters

Solar cells make up a solar panel. They are small devices with the capability of converting direct sunlight to power. The panel then converts energy from the sun into direct current electricity. 

This is what charges the batteries of your RV and stores the electricity. A solar array refers to a collection of panels joined together.

At this point in time, you are probably wondering how this can be converted into usable power. It is possible to transform the DC power from solar to alternating current power by hooking up a power inverter with a solar charging system. 

This will then allow you to run the lights and appliances inside the RV and go on as many off-grid adventures as you want.