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Old 05-25-2019, 10:05 PM   #11
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Aims (https://www.aimscorp.net/3000-Watt-P...harger-UL.html) lists a 3000 watt 12 volt inverter with transfer switch. Aims does not list a 4000 watt 12 volt inverter.
What is the model number?
Here is the link.

https://www.aimscorp.net/4000-Watt-12-Volt-Pure-Sine-Inverter-Charger.html

It will be installed between the transfer switch and the breaker panel. AIMS sent a diagram. If you look on the front corner you will see the 2 wire connection for the auto gen start.
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Old 05-25-2019, 11:09 PM   #12
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I reviewed the manual for the 3000 watt 12 model. I see it is a sophisticated system. The manual describes the remote generator start in terms I am not familiar with. The manual does not show a circuit diagram for the remote gen start.

Did you install this system in your TT? You may want a trained technician to help you with this installation or you could call either Onan or Aims for instructions. If you make certain mistakes when hooking this up, you could destroy some expensive electronics.

I don't feel qualified to advise on this.
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Old 05-26-2019, 12:45 AM   #13
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I reviewed the manual for the 3000 watt 12 model. I see it is a sophisticated system. The manual describes the remote generator start in terms I am not familiar with. The manual does not show a circuit diagram for the remote gen start.

Did you install this system in your TT? You may want a trained technician to help you with this installation or you could call either Onan or Aims for instructions. If you make certain mistakes when hooking this up, you could destroy some expensive electronics.

I don't feel qualified to advise on this.
Yes it is a pretty sophisticated system. We have a tech coming out next week to take a look. Beyond my understanding lol. I appreciate all your help on this. I will let you know the outcome when we figure it out. But I'm definitely not going to be connecting it myself. It's hard to find a remote tech so I have an electrician coming out to see about wiring it between the transfer switch and breaker box and look at the gen. I hope to have it all connected by end of next week hopefully.
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