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Peter Kennedy has been in  business since 1991 designing, installing and servicing marine electrical systems. The purpose of this blog is to offer support to both professional installers and  do-it-yourself boat owners who wish to undertake this work themselves.

Peter Kennedy has been in  business since 1991 designing, installing and servicing marine electrical systems. The purpose of this blog is to offer support to both professional installers and  do-it-yourself boat owners who wish to undertake this work themselves.

Cricket Trailer uses Blue Sea Systems

Posted by Peter Kennedy on 11/5/2013 to Gallery
Cricket TrailerThe founder of Cricket Trailer, Garrett Finney, worked at NASA as a designer on the habitation module of the International Space Station. He later used his design talents to come up with this ingenious pop top camping trailer. Its Standard interior electrical comes with a 12V deep cell battery which allows 3+ days off-grid with typical appliances. The Tow vehicle connection recharges battery while hauling. There is an exterior 120V inlet for a shorepower connection at campsites and there is a standard solar pigtail which fits most solar panels. It comes with a Blue Sea Systems 8262 waterproof fuse panel to switch the simple electrical circuits on board.  Read more about it at www.crickettrailer.comInterior Shot

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