Originally I had installed a 63 amp dc breaker between the charge controller and the battery, which on 2 occasions flipped off while using the 5,000 Btu window AC. Now while this breaker should have been able to handle about 750 watts, it flipped off between 550 and 600 while I was using the inverter for the AC & at the same time the charge controller. While running the AC on a cycle with 50% on and 50% off it worked ok for about 3 hours. One solution is to replace the 63 amp dc breaker with a 80 amp unit pictured below.
The round box is the 300 watt pure sine inverter which I tested all day today. The 2 green lights are 1. To show it has power and 2. It is making AC
Below is a quick sample of a solar wiring diagram that is very simple to follow.
The bottom picture is with the panels 25% shaded while it was still producing 25% solar output, this was a surprise because normally 8% shading causes 94% power drop.
The new 80 amp Blue sea breaker
The main electric cabinet
The round box is the 300 watt pure sine inverter
the 2 green light shower inverter is connected
and its making ac power
Above is a quick sample of a solar wiring diagram that is very simple to follow.
Shaded panels still producing power