Dc to DC would be your best bet imho. If your driving your making power just need to put it in the trailer. I have a dc/dc for when towing and solar panels I put out when stopped. 90% of the time I’m packed and on the road by 1100 so no meaningful solar time especially if I’m tucked in somewhere tight.Hi all, picking up a new to me Scout tomorrow and am wondering, does anyone know of or can show any examples of solar mounted for charging while running? The issue is pulling into camp in evenings, then getting up and running the next morning without having time to actually charge stationary. This is for keeping a fridge going on a multi-day run. With an RTT, I'm guessing I'm outta luck or need to mount the solar to the vehicle roof and run a cable back to the trailer battery. Appreciate any ideas.
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