Originally Posted by JoeC
You can have solar panels too if you choose. The Amp-L-Start is all solid state with built-in intelligence to not drain the coach battery and only charges the chassis battery when there is excess power (>12.8 or 6.4 volts) when some form of charger is applied to the coach battery. However after reading the specs again, it unfortunately is not available for 24 VDC systems, just 12 and 6 VDC systems.
When dry camping, you will be draining your coach battery at a far greater rate than the chassis battery and will require a generator run or shore power plug-in long before the chassis battery runs down. Chassis batteries get run down during long periods of not running the engine, normally the only source of charge power. Amp-L-Start fixes this problem although currently only for 12 and 6 VDC systems. So until another product is produced for 24 VDC systems, solar may be the only option, provided it too is somehow connected to both the chassis and coach batteries.
I actually mentioned solar in my post which you quoted. Perhaps it wasn't obvious. I mentioned having the "2X100W panels" available as an off grid alternative to charge the coach batteries, when not plugged in or able to run the generator.
Also, 24V refers to the Winnebago View/Navion model, not a reference to a specific voltage. You seem to be misinterpreting the prior "24V" reference in your response. The OP has a 2019 24V, Texasview has the 2018 View 24V and I also have a 2018 Navion 24V, and all came with 2 X 100W solar panels on the roof as standard equipment.
Thanks for the info on the TriklStart and Amplstart only working when the house/coach batteries are above 12.8V or are actively being charged. That did answer my question about same.