Built in power system or Bluetti removable power for RV?

Hello all…we have a 30ft 5th wheel and are trying to decide between a built in unit with lithium, inverter etc or a Bluetti power station that we can use both in our home and when we travel. We currently have 400 watts of solar on our RV that maintains our house batteries but since those are wired into a MPPT controller I understand we couldn’t use those panels to charge our Bluetti. I like the idea of just being able to flip a switch on the built in unit to have instant 120 volt power when needed but if we ever get rid of our RV then there is a huge investment that goes with the unit. How are most people who use their Bluetti’s with their RV’s charging them? Where do you store them when going down the road and are you using just the AC200P/Max or are you also carrying B230/300 batteries? Any help and/or experience would be greatly appreciated.


I added a female plug to the box my shorepower is rolled into (mine has the cord pushed inside the trailer, not the removable type). I use a short computer style plug to go from the 110 in the ac2000 and plug it into the female recepticle I installed in parallel with the shore power. The one issue, if I plug into shore power with the plug plugged in I’m sure it will fry my bluetti.

That being said, so long as I’m mindful it works fantastic, powers the house just like it was plugged into shorepower and didn’t have to make any other modifications to the trailer.

I would like to split off my solar thats currently connected to the house batteries and make it so the solar will charge both the house batteries and the bluetti (realizing it will do both at half the amperage).