2022-10-24 (M) BackPackPower COMPLETE

I started wiring with the outputs from the adjustable power supply. The banana plugs and barrel connector were wired in parallel so I can attach multiple device and run them at the same voltage. The incoming voltage was a mixture of a 22AWG wire for the ground and one of the accessory wires from my switch panel.
Adjustable power section

I wired the inverter's power wire to another accessory switch and a third for the DC/DC converter. The scooter motor may draw more than the switch can handle, but I can change to a relay if that's the case. I connected a faulty battery that suffered the short, and all my devices powered up. The voltage display on the array showed only 9.59 volts, which is reasonable.
Testing with a weak battery

I installed the standoff bolts and fastened the faceplate to complete the assembly. I planned to paint the faceplate black, but that doesn't seem worthwhile. I didn't do a test fit when I cut the top and bottom panels, yet the unit fit into my backpack well.
Neatly sealed up

When I tested the DC/DC converter, I blew a fuse, so I'll have to rework that circuit. The batteries stood out too far to close the zipper while installed, but I can move those quickly. Despite the issues, this project is complete!
Power on the go

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