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Without my extensive military and professional background in electrical systems, battery technology, and recreational vehicles, I would have never attempted this project.  It’s far too expensive, impractical, and potentially dangerous to be viable under anything resembling normal applications.  As the saying goes, “Don’t try this at home”.

I have conducted this exercise to test the boundaries of what’s possible, and to project a bold vision for what may be possible in the future with lithium battery technology.  Personally, I am very excited to have this system completed, and to test it in the field.  Will I actually be able to do everything outlined in part one?  Will further modifications be necessary to improve the capability and reliability of the system?  There’s only one way to find out.

For anyone out there who is interested in the advantages of lithium batteries for truck campers and RVs, I encourage them to look into Group 27 and Group 31 lithium-iron phosphate batteries sold by Battle Born, Smart Battery and RELiON. I have no personal experience with these batteries, but they offer a self-contained bridge to this exciting technology.  Make no mistake, the future will be powered by lithium.

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