The wardrobe is the main storage area in the van so space needs to be used wisely.
The LHS of the wardrobe contains all of the electronics, wiring, and fuse panels, but these have been boxed in with 3 removable panels. The middle panel has a hinged access door to allow easy access to the fuse boxes and main wiring.
The floor under the wardrobe contains both leisure batteries and the pump as well as the master fuses and battery monitor shunt. The bottom floor is fixed but hingable to access the batteries as need.
Above this is another “false floor”, which is hinged, but gives access to a large storage area – toolbox/spares perhaps? Above this is a full width shelf, then a vertical support and two half shelves. All of this is self supporting and can be removed without tools. Thus, to access any of the batteries you can do it tool-less, and you only really need to undo a few pan head screws to remove any panel. So access should be quite easy.
Air vents are kept clear and the wardrobe is vented to the rear.
The 240v charger, 240v consumer unit, and 12v and solar charger are all here and boxed in – but Perspex panels installed so that all the displays and LEDs can be seen. Large vents in various places should keep these cool, and as well as being vented into the wardrobe, there is an air channel to the outside via the OS rear vent.
The tambour doors give as much access as humanly possible
So this is the best I can do for maintenance whilst keeping everything safe behind covers.
Storage is surprisingly good….