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Bringing this home today.
#21
The wires go into the vent stack which is behind a panel in the van. Haven't been there yet.

I found some info in the paperwork that came with the van.
"The Mega SX-64 and 60 boast the highestpeak-power current outputs-3.66A and 3.5A respectively-of any standard modules."
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#22
Some pics of the extras I found.
https://imgur.com/gallery/3hoOFRX
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#23
So 3.5A , that's about 60 watts.
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#24
So 3.5A , that's about 60 watts.
The vent stack is a common entry point .
Might be hooked directly to batt if you don't find a controller.......
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#25
It's at the glass shop now getting the upper windows removed and resealed. I'll pull the panel where the vent stack hides and try following the wires.
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#26
Yesterday I posted a link showing the windshield cover and screens that came with the Rt. Sadly both businesses are gone. But the screen company was bought out and that company makes screens for many applications, some as far back as 1973. The stuff is expensive but the screens could be DIYed.

http://www.skreenz.com/index.html
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