NOTE: Just to clarify, Vingilótë has two Integrel alternators installed, the first dual Integrel installation. I had blended the pictures originally, but I updated them to put the pictures of port and starboard installs separated out.
Pictures of the engine room, Integrel controller, Integrel control panel, main power cut off switch, engine starter battery and connectors and buses on the engine starter battery.
The Integrels mounted on the Yanmar 4JH57s:
The main compartment in the saloon behind the couch: 48V battery bank, the buses and shunts, the main Integrel controller, the DC-DC converter array between the 48V and 24V battery banks and between the 48V and engine batteries (well, one of them: the other is through a VSR) and between the 24V and engine batteries (as above). To the side the winches breakers. In various places you can see the meters on the power lines and the pink Ethernet cable between the various Integrel components.
The 24V buffer bank.
The DC and AC electrical panels, to left (aft on the boat) and above the DC panel, various Raymarine parts like the Empir bus and data master Axiom Pro 7, in the AC panel the selector between the 30A and 50A SmartPower connectors for shore power, above it the solar panel breakers, and Victron Octo controller. You can see the split bus of the two 120Vac and the combined 240Vac buses and breakers. To the right the Skylla shorepower charger that allows us to limit the draw of shorepower.
The top shelf of the cabinet below the electrical panels with the main Victron components: one of the two inverters, voltage changer, shore power charger, the second of the two inverters.
On the bottom shelf the seven solar charge controllers.
The Integrel control panel in the engine panel in the cockpit. Though each Integrel combines with one we only installed one as it connects to the Integrel controller and all Integrel alternators, and all batteries.