OP what do you want to run? I can tell you, you have the batteries for sure at 400ah to run almost any household items you want.

You’re light on solar in my opinion, I run 1000 watts just to replenish 200ah of lithium in a manageable manner, especially on cloudy days. You may want more in the future to keep up with all that battery 🙂

The best inverter’s we run now four years full time boondocking have all been Victrons. Pick your watts and you will be good to go.


We have pretty much exactly that setup although we need a couple more panels. We run a 3000W inverter and we run pretty much everything except AC units and laundry. For those we run the 5.5 Onan built in generator. With the battery/solar setup we can go about 4 – 5 days without using the genny, and it enables us to use coffee machine, microwave, and TV/Starlink every evening as much as we want.
Hope this helps!


An Electrician’s $0.02

The use of power (watts) when calculating a potential load is intentionally misleading in my opinion… it works and everyone outside of the trade uses power, but as an Electrician, we never use power…unless I’m matching HP to a VFD, but even then we’re going to go by loading/amp draw to size the wire and everything else anyways

Amps X Volts = Watts

Watts / Volts = Amps

Knowing how many Amps you will need, to do what you want to do just makes life easier for everybody

So… we’ll add up all of the FLA (full load amps) everything draws and make our conclusions about an inverter size by that metric…

A 3000watt inverter will give us 25amps of load capacity at 120volts (in a perfect world)

…as an aside when we (as an Electrician) size solar panels we always cut in half the power output (wattage) to give the customers a more realistic output and expectation… so if one had a panel(s) rated at 600w, it really fleshes out to be 300w at the end of the day…it may be more and it may be less, but it is a reliable way to make sense of what can happen…

My only strongly worded advice, to anyone wanting to do solar, is to get a charge controller capable of doing more that what you currently have, because you’re going to want to expand, and you’re going to want to add more… so, for your sake look at a charge controller that will do multiple odd sized panels, and will handle a larger input of power… you’ll thank me later, and even if you never get another panel, or find a cheap one-off to add later … you’ll be better off in the long run


I run 2 100ah lifepo4 and 200 watts of solar. I use a cheap Chinese 2500w pure sign inverter.

I can run everything I need except for ac with no issues. If I don’t run ac I never need to run the genny. Been out for 10 days without issue. 200 watts of solar typically has me charged back up by noon or 1. My usage is pretty low. Coffee maker and microwave in the morning. Portable ice machine in the afternoon and the microwave on and off through the day. Lighting is all led. Stereo on and off through the day and night.

pretty happy with it.


Combined inverter and charger. Has lots of surge capacity.


Magna inverter


I run a 2500w Aims inverter/charger and it does everything i need it to. It has run 24/7 for the last 15 months with no issues.

Source: Inverter wattage? I have a Rockwood Mini Lite 2104S. I’ve installed 2 200 amp hour LiFeOH batteries along with 600 watts of solar. I’m looking for ideas regarding the right inverter. Somewhere between 2000 and 3000 watts (pure sine wave).

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