A GFCI (ground fault circuit interrupter) is a device that de energizes a circuit when a current to ground exceeds a specified value that is less than that required to open the circuit breaker. GFCIs are intended to protect people from electric shocks and are usually required in wet or damp locations.Installation in recreational vehicles requires GFCI protection of certain branch circuits. Consult all applicable codes.
AC, DC, and Network ComponentsAC components include:
For a successful installation, you need to plan for AC, DC, and network components of the power system.
DC components include:
- AC Input for Dual AC Line Models,
- AC Input for Single AC Line Models
- AC Loads
- AC Disconnect and Over-Current Protection Device
- Distribution Panels
- AC Wiring
- AC Output Neutral Bonding
- DC Cabling
- DC Cabling
- DC Grounding
Network considerations for Freedom SW only include:
Cables, connectors, network connectors, and terminators for the SCP and Automatic Generator Start, if installing.Detailed information on planning and installing your network is available in the Xanbus System Installation Guide. Refer to the system guide to determine the type of network layout to install, as well as guidelines for installing the network